Conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms to pop up across portions of the upper Midwest on Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Severe Thunderstorm Watches have been issued from Minneapolis to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Meteorologists warn wind gusts up to 70 mph are possible and large hail.
Severe Thunderstorm Watches have been issued for large parts of Montana because of the threat that storms gusty winds.
The SPC has highlighted an area where severe thunderstorms are possible that includes most of Wisconsin, as well as parts of southeastern Minnesota, western areas of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and extreme northeastern Iowa.
However, north-central Wisconsin has the highest chance of seeing severe weather heading into Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Large hail is a concern with any severe thunderstorms that develop, and that threat extends from western areas of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and across Wisconsin into eastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa.
Cities where the threat of hail is highest include Rhinelander, Green Bay and Madison in Wisconsin, as well as Rochester, Minnesota.
Those same areas are also at risk of experiencing damaging winds. However, there is a larger threat across portions of north-central Wisconsin. Cities under that threat include Rhinelander and Saratoga, Wisconsin.
On Wednesday, the severe weather threat will shift further to the west.
The SPC said severe thunderstorms are possible across central and northern Minnesota, southern and eastern North Dakota and most of South Dakota. Parts of northwestern Nebraska will also be at risk of seeing severe thunderstorms on Wednesday afternoon.
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