Warm front moves in which means heat and chance for severe stormsWisconsin Weather
-- Southern and western Wisconsin had a big hail-storm this morning – and more could be on the way.
Southern and western Wisconsin had a big hail-storm this morning – and more could be on the way.
Two-and-three-quarter inch hail – almost the size of a softball – fell around 6 o’clock near North Freedom in Sauk County. Baseball-sized hail fell near Reedsburg. And smaller hail was reported at Fort McCoy and near Mauston and Baraboo.
The National Weather Service posted a severe thunderstorm watch for west-central and south-central Wisconsin until 10 this morning. And there’s a chance of storms elsewhere in the Badger State throughout the day, as a new warm front moves in.
90-plus temperatures are expected to continue in southern Wisconsin for the next three days, along with occasional thunderstorms in various parts of the state through Wednesday. Much of the state had its first 90-degree day of the season last Friday. Cooler and less humid weather is expected on Thursday.