The National Weather Service says a stormy week is in store for southern and central Wisconsin with strong winds, heavy rain and the threat for severe weather. National Weather Service meteorologist Sarah Marquardt says there’s a chance for rain and thunderstorms through the weekend. Marquardt says Wisconsin hasn’t seen a weather pattern like this so far this spring. "Some of these thunderstorms could bring heavy rain, we could even see some flash flooding." Marquardt told AM 1170 WFDL's Between the Lines program. "By the end of the week we could see 3-5 inches of rain across much of the area." Marquardt says Wisconsin hasn’t seen a tornado this season. "Its looking to be one of the latest onsets to any tornado," Marquardt said. "The latest a tornado has ever occured in the state of Wisconsin was June 28th. Right now we have yet to see one across the state."