Green Bay, WI – Thunderstorms Expected Monday Afternoon, Strong Winds, Hail


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Green Bay, WI – Thunderstorms are forecasted to hit central and east-central Wisconsin late Monday afternoon and evening, potentially bringing strong winds and hail.

According to the National Weather Service, these storms could become severe, especially in the Fox Valley area. The storms are expected to develop during the late afternoon and evening hours, with the highest risk period extending into the early night. Forecasters emphasize that while the chance for severe weather exists, the confidence in the development of severe storms remains low.

Residents in the affected areas, including Green Bay, Eau Claire, and Oshkosh, are encouraged to monitor weather updates closely. The primary hazards associated with these thunderstorms are gusty winds, hail, brief heavy downpours, and frequent lightning. While tornadoes are not currently anticipated, conditions could still produce damaging weather.


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