Next week, parts of Wisconsin will see the return of near 90-degree temperatures.
Air quality alerts have resurfaced in Wisconsin, with some areas experiencing the smoky air from Canadian wildfires.
The deadly winter storm, christened Elliott by the Weather Channel, that tore through much of the United States over the Christmas weekend placed a huge strain on the American electric grid, pushing it past the breaking point in some places.
Throughout the past number of days, Winter Storm Diaz has been making its way across the United States, bringing snow and ice in some areas and heavy rain in others.
Several meteorological organizations have released their Winter Outlook for 2022-2023, and based on trends from past years, they have predicted a winter with colder than average temperatures and higher precipitation than normal.
What was previously confirmed to be four tornadoes that touched down in Wisconsin during last week’s severe weather has now increased to the number of seven.
Temperatures are going to stay mild in the middle of the week with a strong cold front coming, more fall-like conditions are expected as we approach the end of end week.
To the excitement of most Wisconsinites, a seasonal forecast by the NOAA shows that the state is expected to have a much warmer and drier fall than normal.
A cold front from the North generated Level 2 (out of 5) thunderstorms across the state on Tuesday, June 27th, which cut through northwest Wisconsin with damaging winds, heavy rain, and large hail in cities like Wausau, La Crosse, Green Bay, Madison and Rochester, as reported by the Storm Prediction Center.
The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed that 8 tornadoes passed through Wisconsin during the week of June 15th, bumping up the statewide total to 15 tornadoes in 2022.