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staticwire | April 3, 2024
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A fast-moving low pressure system is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms to the Midwest on Friday night and into Saturday, with some potential for severe weather in parts of southern Wisconsin. According to the 27 StormTrack Weather app, the system will start to bring scattered showers and storms to the region later on Friday night, with most areas remaining dry through the 10 pm hour. The threat of rain will persist into the first half of Saturday.

Overnight, there is a possibility that one or two storms may become severe, with the main threats being strong winds and hail. As the system moves through, the rain is expected to taper off by the afternoon hours on Saturday, leaving behind mostly cloudy conditions for the remainder of the day and into Easter Sunday.

On Easter Sunday, scattered showers are forecasted to return, especially later in the day. Temperatures are expected to reach the 40s on Sunday and the low 50s on Saturday. Residents in the affected areas are advised to stay updated on weather alerts and take necessary precautions to stay safe during the storm. Remember to download the 27 StormTrack Weather app to receive mobile weather alerts and stay informed about the latest developments.

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