Updated: 11:11am on 6/21/13 (location)

MUKWONAGO AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT WEATHER
Wind: 9 mph from the NNW Detailed Weather Info
Hourly Rain: Daily Rain: Monthly Rain: Yearly Rain: Normal Rain, month to date: Normal Rain, year to date:
0.62 in 0.62 in 2.28 in 14.47 in 2.35 in 21.86 in
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Chance T-storms Chance T-storms Partly Cloudy Chance T-storms Chance T-storms
86° 86° 88° 90° 86°
70° 70° 68° 68° 68°
Gust: 11 mph
Today's High Wind: 35 mph (10:50am)
Humidity: 94%
Pressure:

Pressure Rate:

30.02 in  (Rising) 

0.045 in/hr

Dew Point: 65.5°
Wind Chill: 67.3°
Heat Index (feels like): 73.5°
Comfort Level: Comfortable
Temperature Rate: -5.56°/hr
Solar Radiation: 7 W/Sqm
UV Index: 0.0
Graphs, Details Maps Forecast & Health Maps Records and Normals
Currently:
67.3°

Clear
Mostly Cloudy

High: 75.1°
(9:13am) 
Low: 62.9° 
(4:06am)
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 86° 77° 101°
(1988)
Low 70° 59° 40°
(1969)
Almanac
Sunrise:  
5:15am
Moonrise: 
6:44pm

Moon Phase:
95%

Sunset: 
8:36pm
Moonset:  
3:32am

Star Chart...

Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 11:08 am CDT on June 21, 2013

WarningSum:...Strong Thunderstorm Moving Through Southeast Wisconsin...

Warning Message:At 1108 am CDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 5 miles south of
Sheboygan Falls to Whitefish Bay to Twin Lakes...moving east at 35
mph.
One half inch diameter hail...winds up to 45 mph...occasional cloud
to ground lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with these
storms.
* Thunderstorms will be near...
  Milwaukee international Airport and Union Grove by 1115 am CDT...
  South Milwaukee and Oak Creek by 1120 am CDT...
  Racine batten Airport and Kenosha Airport by 1130 am CDT...
  Pleasant Prairie and downtown Racine by 1135 am CDT...
  downtown Kenosha by 1140 am CDT...
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
passed.
Kapela
1046 am CDT Fri Jun 21 2013
...Strong thunderstorm moving through southeast Wisconsin...
At 1046 am CDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 5 miles south of
Plymouth to Menomonee Falls to 6 miles southwest of Williams Bay...
moving east at 30 mph.
Penny size hail...winds up to 45 mph...occasional cloud to ground
lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with these storms.
* Thunderstorms will be near...
  Sheboygan Falls and Burlington Airport by 1055 am CDT...
  Kohler and Glendale by 1100 am CDT...
  Sheboygan and Whitefish Bay by 1105 am CDT...
  Franklin and Milwaukee hoan bridge by 1110 am CDT...
  Milwaukee international Airport and St. Francis by 1115 am CDT...
  Union Grove and South Milwaukee by 1120 am CDT...
  Paddock Lake by 1125 am CDT...
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
passed.
Kapela
1028 am CDT Fri Jun 21 2013
...Strong thunderstorm moving into southeast wiscosnin...
At 1027 am CDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 11 miles northwest
of Plymouth to Jackson to 8 miles southwest of Wales to 11 miles
southwest of Delavan Lake...moving east at 30 mph.
Penny size hail...winds up to 40 mph...occasional cloud to ground
lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with these storms.
* Thunderstorms will be near...
  Sussex and Pewaukee by 1035 am CDT...
  Walworth and Plymouth by 1040 am CDT...
  Waukesha Airport and Williams Bay by 1045 am CDT...
  Sheboygan Airport and Mequon by 1050 am CDT...
  Port Washington and Thiensville by 1055 am CDT...
  Harrington Beach State Park and Burlington Airport by 1100 am
  CDT...
  Kohler andrae State Park and Milwaukee County zoo by 1105 am CDT...
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 
passed.
Kapela
        

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