Tornado Touches Down in Beaver Dam, Severe Weather Possible in Parts of the Tri-State
Today (Tuesday June 26th, 2018) there is a "marginal risk" for severe weather in the Tri-State. Be prepared for potential rain, thunder, lightning, strong winds, and even hail pretty much all day today.
We spoke to WEHT/Eyewitness News Weatherman Joe Bird this morning on The Rob's Radio Show With Maddie West... With Liberty. He told us today's forecast is very much like yesterday's, which has a low-level marginal risk. But, to our surprise, he even informed us that a TORNADO actually touched down in Beaver Dam/Ohio County yesterday! And also remind you, it was a "marginal risk" for severe weather that took down a freaking tree in my front yard last month! SO PLEASE be careful in the Tri-State this week!
Here is what Joe told us yesterday about the weather, and supposedly today's weather should look like yesterday's:
"There is a marginal risk. It's not the biggest threat level. In fact, it's the lowest threat level. For the threats today, it will be damaging wind and large hail... Isolated chance for a storm. A storm might pop up and it might turn severe - just be on the lookout for it. There's going to be showers off and on."
As always, you can keep your eyes on this website, listen to 106.1 KISS-FM on the radio, or download the 106.1 KISS-FM for severe weather updates.