SE Wisconsin severe weather Tuesday morning; damaging winds

Strong to severe thunderstorms moved through southeast Wisconsin on Tuesday morning, June 25. 

It came after five tornadoes were confirmed across the region during the night of Saturday, June 22. Wind reports were over 60 mph in parts of Sheboygan County, and there were plenty of hail reports along with heavy rainfall.

The FOX6 Weather Experts say, after an early round of strong to severe storms, things calm down Tuesday afternoon – but we could still see a few showers or storms late. 

It'll also be hot and humid with highs in the 80s and low 90s Tuesday and dewpoints in the low 70s. Conditions will become more comfortable by Wednesday afternoon.

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