Tornado Watch S. Wisconsin/N. Illinois

June 30th, 2014 at 1:01 am by under Bill's Blog, Weather

WW0370 RADAR Thumbnail Image A Tornado Watch continues in effect until 5 am for most of S. Wisconsin and N. Illinois. It does not include the counties that border Lake Michigan. A line of strong to occasionally severe thunderstorms will continue to move across S. Wisconsin and N. Illinois during the early morning. Some of these storms should hold together long enough to make it across Lake Michigan after 4 am.   A few showers and storms have formed ahead of the main line over Oceana, Mason and Lake Counties as of 1:45 am.   Anyone that gets a storm can expect gusty winds and brief heavy rain. The Storm Prediction Center says: “PRIMARY THREATS INCLUDE…A FEW TORNADOES AND A COUPLE INTENSE TORNADOES POSSIBLE SCATTERED LARGE HAIL AND ISOLATED VERY LARGE HAIL EVENTS TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER POSSIBLE SCATTERED DAMAGING WIND GUSTS TO 70 MPH POSSIBLE. Follow the storms on Milwaukee (Sullivan) radar, Chicago radar and Grand Rapids radar.  Here’s surface weather observations from Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan.   Here’s storm reports from Sunday/Sunday night – as I write this, 11 tornadoes have been reported in IA, MO, KS, WI.

Likely tornado damage from Highland, WI, to near Gov. Dodge State Park, emergency management reports (that’s in Iowa and Dane Counties west and northwest of Madison)…A tornado was reported on the ground 9 miles SE of Spring Green, WI…up to 6″ of rain was reported in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Here’s damage reports from S. Wisconsin, NE Illinois, Central Iowa and Eastern Iowa.

6 Responses to “Tornado Watch S. Wisconsin/N. Illinois”

  1. Ian (Jenison) says:

    Woohoo send the rain this way!

  2. Bernie (At da Lakeshore) says:

    Lots of lightning over the big lake. The tv just went down so it should start pouring any minute. I hope all the campers are in their cars and not their tents.

  3. Jack says:

    HEADS UP……UNCLE SPARKKEE :::::: Significant Weather Advisory

    The following areas are affected:

    Significant Weather Advisory
    At 150 Am Edt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
    Strong Thunderstorms Along A Line Extending From 5 Miles West Of
    Baldwin To Walkerville Moving Northeast At 35 Mph.
    Nickel Size Hail Wind Gusts Greater Than 50 Mph Frequent Cloud To
    Ground Lightning Brief Heavy Downpours Are Possible With These
    Locations Impacted Include
    Baldwin Bitely Luther
    Troy Twp Woodland Park Idlewild
    Home Twp Bristol Hawkins
    Nirvana Chase Pinora Twp

    Precautionary/preparedness Actions
    Gusty Winds May Cause Small Branches To Be Blown Down And Loose
    Objects To Blow Around. Stay Away From High Objects Outdoors Such As
    Trees. Seek Shelter In A Sturdy Structure Until These Storms Have
    Stay CUEDD & Keep ON…GROWING !!! Uncle S. ;-)

  4. Vincent(N.E.Kent CO) says:

    just finished a 7hr bonfire for the kids that are up from Nashville,TN. Looks like storms heading this way now. HMMMM?

  5. Vincent(N.E.Kent CO) says:

    Where is INDY? Looks like he passed out on his 36hr tracking of the storms.Bloodsuckers are way worse in my garage then out by the fire pit.

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