Fog Returns Wednesday Morning
Forecast Updated at 10:30 PM Tuesday
We picked up just over an inch of rain in Rhinelander Monday with some locations across central Wisconsin picking up 3 to 4 inches of rainfall!Showers and a few thunderstorms popped up once again Tuesday afternoon and it looks like showers will linger through early Wednesday morning across the Northwoods. The biggest concern Wednesday morning will revolve around the potential for areas of dense fog, so be sure to take it easy for your morning commute!
Despite the clouds Wednesday, we should manage a mainly dry day across the Northwoods as we'll be between storm systems. A strong warm front will deliver another round of thunderstorms for central Wisconsin tomorrow night with storms likely across the Northwoods for Thursday. We'll see a slight chance for storms heading into Friday with the threat for thunderstorms lingering into this weekend! Temps will also be on the rise with high temps nearing 80 by Saturday!
Take it easy on the roads tonight!
Chief Meteorologist Matt Benz
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, but mainly dry!
Temps: 72 to 76
Winds: Northwest 3-8 mph
Wednesday Night: Showers and thunderstorms return to central Wisconsin late.
Temps: 59 to 63
Winds: Light and Variable
Thursday: Thunderstorms likely first across central Wisconsin in the morning then across the Northwoods by the afternoon.
Temps: 76 to 80
Winds:Southeast 5-10 mph
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