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A quick update now, but look for a more detailed blog on the severe weather risk for Sunday in the blog Saturday evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has updated the convective outlook for Sunday. Southeast Wisconsin remains in a moderate risk for severe storms to develops. Threats on Sunday would be large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes. Below is the updated outlook for Sunday.
As of this writing on Saturday, the warm air was just beginning to push north. Below is the surface map from 2pm Saturday. Cool 40s in Milwaukee, but 70s and 80s were not far away.
Another key is that dew points are well into the 60s over northern Missouri. This moisture will push into our area on Sunday. So not only will it feel humid, there will be ample moisture for storms to work with.
The first round of storms will arrive after midnight in our viewing area. These storms could produce hail and strong winds. We will be here virtually for the next 36 hours making sure that if any storms do turn severe, the Weather Watch 12 team will alert you on WISN. To track storms day or night just click the interactive radar below.
Have a great day and look for another update later Saturday evening. Make sure to post any thoughts or questions to the comments section of the blog.