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The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for some of east central Wisconsin, south central Wisconsin and southeast Wisconsin.
A warm front over eastern Iowa and northern Illinois is moving northward in southern Wisconsin, creating a slight risk for severe storms overnight. However, the primary risk is damaging winds.
Heavy rainfall with the thunderstorms is expected. Officials with the National Weather Service have issued a flash flood watch for some of south central Wisconsin