The temperature was reported at 39 degrees.
The Weather Service recommends that residents use the drills to practice what you would do if it were a real tornado.
The national weather service reports, on average, there are 23 tornadoes in Wisconsin each year.
By 12 a.m. Saturday, the first round of storms will exiting the ArkLaTex. Almost three-quarters of all tornadoes in Minnesota have occurred during the three months of May (15 percent), June (37 percent), and July (25 percent).
And a tornado watch just issued by the SPC doesn't include north Alabama.
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather warning for multiple counties in OH and West Virginia, including Gallia County. Most cities and counties will activate outdoor warning siren systems.
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The Williamsburg County watch remains in effect until 11 p.m. It will be issued as a test of family preparedness in the home and for second shift workers.
Although thunderstorms are possible Monday morning into Monday Afternoon, they are not expected to be severe at this time, the forecast said.
The National Weather Service storm survey team continues with new areas being looked at in Lavaca.
Sunday, it will be cloudy with a high near 37 and a northwest wind of 18 miles per hour, gusting as high as 28 miles per hour, the weather service said.
A meteorological "kitchen sink" will be thrown at the Rock Hill area and the rest of the western Carolinas on Sunday, with flooding and severe storms possible during the afternoon and evening.
During a Thursday briefing with local emergency agency officials, weather service meteorologists said they are anxious the rainy system may slow once it arrives in the Shoals, bringing continuous rainfall throughout the day.