Special Weather Statement issued August 5 at 6:50AM CDT by NWS La Crosse WI

At 645 AM, radar indicated a line thunderstorms from near Winona
Minnesota to Decorah and Oelwein Iowa, moving east at 45 mph. The
line of storms had weakened since 6 am. By 8 am the leading edge
of these storms is expected to be near a Black River Falls, Tomah,
Richland Center and Platteville Wisconsin line.

The stronger of these storms could produce small hail and wind
gusts of 35 to 50 mph, along with brief heavy downpours.

The thunderstorms should affect a location for about an hour or
so before moving east. When storms approach, seek a sturdy
shelter, preferably indoors, until they pass.

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Chetek
38°
Durand
39°
Ladysmith
38°
Neillsville
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Rice Lake
New Richmond
38°
Black River Falls
34°
Medford
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River Falls
41°
Duluth
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Green Bay
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Madison
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Milwaukee
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