UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) Severe weather is possible in Wisconsin from tonight through at least Wednesday -- and the state just might get its first tornado of the year. This is the sixth-latest since 1950 that Wisconsin has not had a twister in a calendar year. The National Weather Service said the latest start to a tornado season was in 1995, when a twister did not touch down until June 28th near La Crosse. This year moved became the sixth-latest at 4pm yesterday, when it moved past 1983. That was when the first twister from that year hit at Campbellsport in Fond du Lac County.
Short-range forecasts from the National Weather Service indicate that this week's severe weather will consist mainly of heavy rains, hail, and strong winds. The Weather Service office in La Crosse mentions the possibility of tornadoes tonight, but they're most likely to stay on the Minnesota side of the Mississippi River.
You can expect a clear to partly cloudy day today, with highs in the 80's. Thunderstorms will then become a possibility from tonight through the rest of the week.