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Weather in Hudson today

Hudson, FL | Current Weather Forecasts, Live Radar Maps & News SILVAUKEE (AP) - An 11-year-old young almost died in a cascading drain trench in East Wisconsin, but was dragged to security by an eagle-eyed fireman who tainted his fingers, who bumped through a manhole covering, said officers, following another round of storms that destroyed Wisconsin and South East Minnesota. Tuesday's devastating storm events caused severe rains, hailstorms and strong wind in a area already affected by flooding and blackouts from previous rains.

Multiple possible tornados have been registered in Wisconsin. After the rain went down at about 6pm on Tuesday in the Village of Harrison, the kid who was turned into a river played with mates. Calumet County Sheriff's Office said the kid was in the submerged gutter when he went underwater and didn't show up.

Calumet County diving teams, sheriffs and others have been searching the trench and the sewers. After a fireman stabbed his hand through a drain lid about 9 metres away, the kid found an aerial bag and was saved. This tide struck two couples that carried about 400 Amtrak travelers for an hour because they flooded the railroad track in south Wisconsin.

Significant precipitation of 13 to 28 centimetres (5 to 11 inches) in Wisconsin's west enforced the eviction of humans from their houses in the La Crosse, Vernon and Monroe County. Some Tornados were spotted Tuesday afternoon in Campbellsport, Lomira, Oakfield and Brandon, Wisconsin, according to the National Weather Service.

Weather Forecasts in the Lower Hudson Valley

The weather this week-end in Lower Hudson Valley could be affected by hot, humid and stormy weather. "It' going to be a great Friday," AccuWeather weather forecaster Tyler Roys said today. Today the weather should be sunny throughout, as the temperature peaks in the mid-1980s before dropping to the mid-1960s over night, according to the National Weather Service.

"Thing is, in the morning, the air gets humid," said Rory. This elevated dampness is anticipated to last through the week-end for several days and make it quite inconvenient feeling outside, he said. "Sundays will be an extreme sultry day," said Rory. "It will be unpleasant sleepy weather."

Temperatures are likely to top out in the high 80s on Saturday, Sunday and Monday when the thermometer touches maybe 90 degrees in some areas, Roys said. It is anticipated that the temperature will only fall into the low 70' over night. The weather forecast says there is a 30 per cent probability of rain and storms after 9 p.m. on Saturday.

Roy's said there is a reasonable probability of a windstorm striking the area after 5 p. m. Saturday, but that it will probably be short. According to the weather agency, the probability of rain and storms on Sundays is 20 per cent. A high level of air moisture should last on Monday and Tuesday when the temperature fluctuates in the mid to high 1980s, said Rox.

Moisture should fall on Wednesday as the temperature continues in the mid-1980s, he said. According to the weather forecast, there is a storm risk of 60 per cent on Tuesday, especially in the afternoons and evenings.

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