WALWORTH COUNTY — The National Weather Service office in Sullivan says that Walworth County will likely see two main rounds of strong to possibly severe storms later today and into tonight.
With the first round, damaging winds will be the main concern as it moves east later in the afternoon and evening hours.
With the second round there remains uncertainty in how strong convection will be as it will be highly dependent on how the first round evolves.
However, as of Wednesday morning, all hazards remain possible with the second round. This includes: hail, damaging winds, brief tornadoes, and heavy rain.
Heavy rain may lead to flooding concerns, especially in urban areas and if our dry soil/ground cannot absorb precipitation efficiently due to high rainfall rates.
Portions of southern Wisconsin *could* see 1-3” of rain by tomorrow morning. Below are some estimated arrival times for the various rounds of storms today into tonight.