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First Alert Day issued for Monday Afternoon & Evening

First Alert Day issued for Monday Afternoon & Evening

Severe storms are expected over a wide section of the Midwest on Monday.

Storms look to fire first across the northern half of our area during the early afternoon hours.

A huge chunk of the state was placed under the flash flood watch, but the greatest threat was to central New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service's afternoon briefing.

West Michigan will have more clouds than sunshine on Sunday with the chance to see an isolated shower or possible storm primarily in the afternoon and evening hours. Highs will be in the mid-to-upper 80s.

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"I'd say most folks will experience thunder and some gusty winds, heavy downpours likely no matter where you are at some point", Mazza said.

Plan on a large complex of showers and storms now over western Iowa to make steady progress east this morning. Download the FOX59 weather authority app and be sure to check back on-air and online before 12 a.m. for the very latest updates.

There's a chance for more showers through around 8 a.m. Wednesday.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with leftover AM showers, then clearing skies. Overnight lows will drop into the mid 60s. Much of southeastern Wisconsin could pick up around a half inch of rain, with heavier amounts towards the IL border.