Tornado Watch Issued for Tri-State Area for Tuesday(June 15)
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for portions of our listening audience. The Tornado Watch is in effect until 10pm tonight for Dubuque, Jones, Jackson, Delaware, and Clayton counties. The Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for possible severe weather that can sometimes contain Tornados.
Severe Storms are possible throughout the area through 10pm tonight. Then we are expecting a Partly Cloudy sky and low in the low 60's.
Today's Extreme Heat Warning is in effect until 8pm tonight. Expect a drop in the humidity and lower temps starting Thursday.
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