Stay weather aware Saturday evening! A round of showers and storms will move from southwest to northeast across the area. The strongest storms that develop could pose a threat of severe weather! Overall, the severe weather threat will likely remain low for southern Wisconsin. There is a much higher threat of severe weather across central and northern Illinois. This is where a Particularly Dangerous Situation Tornado Watch has been issued.
Sunday, March 29, 2020 4:15 a.m. The NBC15 Weather Authority Forecast from Meteorologist James Parish: Sunday's Weather Impact Scale: Medium (Orange, 2 out of 4). Windy - Expect west winds at 15-25 mph. Wind gusts could be up to 40 mph. Light rain likely. Rainfall totals less than 0.25". Good Sunday morning! More rain is likely today. Luckily, heavy rainfall and strong to severe storms are not expected. Areas of light rain or scattered rain showers are likely today. The best chance of rain today will likely come this morning. Patchy fog will also be possible. The rain and shower activity probably won't be as widespread this afternoon. Overall, today is going to be cloudy and cool. Temperatures really will not warm today. Expect temperatures to generally hold steady throughout the day. Today will be windy. Expect a west wind at 15-25 mph. Wind gusts could be up to 40 mph. The rain and strong wind gusts will come to an end overnight. The sky will even start to clear. Lows tonight will be in the low to mid 30s. The start of the workweek is looking much nicer than the weekend. Monday will feature a ton of sunshine and highs in the low to mid 50s. It could be a little windy at times with a northwest wind at 10-15 mph. This dry stretch of weather will likely continue Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the mid 40s to near 50 degrees. Slight rain chances could return towards the end of the workweek. Highs Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be near 50 degrees.
Happy birthday from NBC15 and Chula Vista!
The coronavirus outbreak has prompted several changes at UW-Madison and a 'Safer at Home' order for the entire state, and these changes have had a significant impact on some international students at UW-Madison.
WATCH: Waupun Little League Pays it Forward
Owner of a local restaurant gets a big donation for those in need.