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Drying a Little from the Rain

Forecast Updated at 11:35 AM Wednesday

This afternoon will be partly sunny with a just a slight chance for showers during the late afternoon and evening. A rumble of thunder may mix in but the rain won't be as widespread as yesterday and, in fact, not everyone will receive rain later today. Tonight, a stray shower or thunderstorm may linger around before skies clear out and temperatures fall into the lower 50's.

Thursday looks mainly dry, warm, and partly sunny! Highs should be near 80, making it feel like summer. However, the warmth can't last for long. A cold front works across the Badger state Friday, bringing heavy rain and thunderstorms. We'll dry up for the weekend but cooler air returns. Highs will be in the lower 60's over the weekend making it a cool and comfortable start to June. You may want to cover your plants Saturday night into Sunday due to a chance of frost.

Puddle Pouncing!
Meteorologist Melissa Constanzer

Wednesday: Showers ending before 10am, then partly sunny with the chance for a shower or rumble of thunder by the afternoon and evening.
Temps: 73 to 77
Winds: West 5-10 mph

Wednesday Night: A shower or thunderstorm early, then clearing out.
Temps: 49 to 54
Winds: Light & Variable

Thursday: Finally drying out with more sunshine!
Temps: 78 to 82
Winds: Southwest 5-10 mph
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