The editor’s opinion from Marketplace, Northeast Wisconsin’s business magazine. (Obligatory disclaimer: Most hyperlinks go to outside sites, and we’re not responsible for their content. And like fresh watermelon, peaches, pineapple, grapefruit, tomatoes and sweet corn, hyperlinks can go bad after a while.)

June 5, 2008

Today, and tomorrow, and beyond

There is something bracing about being awakened in the middle of the night by your weather radio ... unless, of course, your weather radio doesn't wake you up. (The storm that went through half an hour after said tornado watch was issued did, however.)

At any rate, though there were no tornadoes in this half of the tornado watch issued at 5 this morning, the National Weather Service has issued quite a busy severe weather forecast through Saturday (see maps for today, Friday and Saturday).

My guess is that the NBC 26 Precision Forecast Team and the Today's TMJ4 Weather Plus team (which, like this magazine and Web site, are part of Journal Communications) will be busy for the rest of this week. (Note the county that NBC 26's Weather Wisdom map identifies as number one in Northeast Wisconsin for tornadoes — it's the county I live in. But you knew that already.)

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