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Heavy rain, strong wind possible during Tuesday storms

Published On: Jul 09 2013 09:11:26 AM CDT   Updated On: Jul 09 2013 12:14:27 PM CDT
Tuesday's severe weather outlook

Tuesday's severe weather outlook

MADISON, Wis. -

Heavy rain, strong winds and large hail are all possible during storms forecast to strike southern Wisconsin Tuesday.

A round of rain and storms moved through the area Tuesday morning, but News 3 meteorologist Haddie McLean said the greater threat will be from storms forecast for late afternoon and evening.

Some areas could receive 1-3 inches of rain. A chance for an isolated tornado could not be ruled out, according to McLean.

Skies are expected to clear on Wednesday and it should turn less humid.

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