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Happy Independence Day!

Forecast Updated at 10:45 PM Friday

The 4th of July should turn out to be a good day for the Northwoods with hazy sunshine to start out the day with a few more clouds by the afternoon. There could still be an isolated shower or rumble of thunder for central Wisconsin for the afternoon and early evening, but I think most folks should manage dry conditions for parades and fireworks! The second half of this weekend will feature some of the warmest temperatures of the year with highs climbing into the low to mid 80s under mostly sunny skies! Our next, best chance for thunderstorms returns for Monday as a cold front sweeps across the state!

Have a great and safe 4th of July!
Chief Meteorologist Matt Benz

4th of July: Mostly dry for the Northwoods with partly to mostly sunny skies. A slight chance for a pop-up shower or thunderstorm across central Wisconsin during the afternoon and evening.
Temps: 78 to 83
Winds: Variable 3-8 mph

Saturday Night: Clearing out and remaining mild!
Temps: 59 to 63
Winds: Light South

Sunday: Mostly to partly sunny with more clouds by late evening.
Temps: 80 to 85
Winds: South-Southwest 5-15 mph
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If you would like a Meteorologist to speak to your group or class contact:

Matt Benz at: mbenz@wjfw.com or call the Weather Center at: 715-365-8812



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