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Severe weather warnings dropped, conditions to improve this afternoon

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JEFFERSON/WAUKESHA COUNTIES (WITI) -- The National Weather Service (NWS) has dropped a thunderstorm warning for east-central Jefferson County and Waukesha County. According to FOX6 Meteorologist Rob Haswell, the stormy weather will continue -- but conditions will improve this afternoon.

An Areal Flood ADVISORY has been issued for Milwaukee County, northeastern Racine County and southeastern Waukesha County.

CLICK HERE to view the interactive radar on FOX6Now.com.

The high-definition FOX6 Storm Center app for iPad is a full-featured weather app with the tools to keep you informed of weather news, current conditions and forecasts. The interactive radar provides an up-to-date map of precipitation for anywhere in the U.S.

Type your favorite location and see radar information and current conditions for those locations.

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