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Recent articles by Molly:

Winter Weather Awareness Week: Car preps, driving tips

Before the first major event of the season, it is a good idea to refresh tips for winter driving and get cars ready for the colder months. → Read More

Winter Weather Awareness Week: Snow squalls

Winter brings constantly changing conditions to southeastern Wisconsin, and one of the most dangerous parts of winter weather is rapidly changing conditions. → Read More

Winter Weather Awareness Week: Explaining alerts system

Just like the severe weather season, winter weather brings its own set of watches, warnings and advisories issued by the National Weather Service. → Read More

Impact Day: Two chances for snow

Friday and Sunday are impact days, each bringing a chance for snow to Southeastern Wisconsin. → Read More

Lake Michigan levels continue to fall

Lake Michigan was at record low levels in January 2013 and soared to record-high levels in August 2020, but the lakes levels have dropped since this time last year. → Read More

Videocast: Warm, windy weekend forecast

A cool start this morning, but 60s are back in the forecast this afternoon. → Read More

How warm weather and drought are impacting fall foliage

This year, fall colors are peaking a week or two later than normal, and the late change is driven by this year's weather. → Read More

Wisconsin drought will impact this season's fall colors

Yellows, oranges and reds paired with rustling leaves could be considered some of the most quintessential sights and sounds of fall in southeast Wisconsin. → Read More

Drought conditions continue across Southeast Wisconsin

Much of Dodge, Washington, Ozaukee and Milwaukee counties are still considered "abnormally dry." → Read More

Videocast: Cooler, more comfortable Friday

Cooler temperatures and lower humidity is back in the forecast after a hot, humid and stormy week. → Read More

Nationwide Emergency Alert test scheduled Wednesday

At 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, FEMA and the Federal Communications Commission are testing the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Alert System. → Read More

Drought continues in southeastern Wisconsin

Parts of southeastern Wisconsin received beneficial rainfall over the last few weeks, but drought conditions continue across most of our viewing area. → Read More

Videocast: Cool start to summer

Highs for some of SEWI topped out in the 60s today. Warmer with storm chances late this week → Read More

Impact Day: Strong to severe storms possible Sunday afternoon, evening

Much of southeastern Wisconsin is in a slight risk for severe weather (risk level 2 of 5) for Sunday afternoon and evening. → Read More

Videocast: A sunny & warm start the week

Breezy at times this morning, sunny and warm with a slight chance for pop-ups near the lake this afternoon. → Read More

Water safety: Finding and fitting the right life jacket

Life jackets are not one size one size fits all. What do you need to know to pick the right one? → Read More

Water safety tips during changing weather

It's not uncommon for our weather to go from sunshine to storms, but if you're on or near water, either Lake Michigan or a city pool, changing weather can be dangerous. → Read More

Milwaukee Fire Department's role on the water

The Milwaukee Fire Department has a boat that patrols Lake Michigan and Milwaukee’s river system, and the crew does more than fight fire. → Read More

Boat safety on Wisconsin's waterways

Milwaukee Police, the U.S. Coast Guard and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources all patrol the waterways in southeastern Wisconsin, including Lake Michigan, to keep you safe. → Read More

New ambassador program hopes to better inform beachgoers

Four people drowned in the water near McKinley in 2020, now a new group is hoping to educate beachgoers in the name of safety. → Read More