Possible Long Track Derecho & Tornadoes Wednesday for MN, WI, NE IA, N IL, IN, MI, OH

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In today’s severe weather outlook and discussion, We are going to be taking a look at the threat for severe weather tomorrow that will likely develop across Wisconsin Northern Illinois northern Indiana as well as the Western half of Michigan. This also includes Central and Eastern Minnesota.

The latest models indicate that we could actually be looking at a very impressive QLCS that Could end up being a long-tracked derecho event to end out July. Right now the Storm Prediction Center has issued an enhanced risk for severe thunderstorms which includes a 30% SIG for wind damage potential as well as a 15% SIG for large hail and a 5% chance for tornadoes.

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The question is when will the storms start firing up who will get the worst of the severe weather outbreak and when will it arrive in your area. I have all those details in the severe weather forecast.


h/t Annie

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