Afternoon sprinkles and evening thunderstorms
Forecast Updated at 11:50 AM Tuesday
We may have a few sprinkles or isolated showers this afternoon, but some spots may remain dry. Thunderstorms late this evening won't be so quick to fall apart. A few of the storms may be on the strong side, but luckily the storm threat will come to an end during the overnight. Concerns with the strongest storms include small hail, damaging wind gusts, and heavy rain.
Tomorrow will be much cooler in the wake of a passing cold front. Daytime highs across the Northwoods will return to the upper 70s with mostly sunny skies. Quiet weather will stick around through the end of the week, with high temps sticking close to 80 degrees. The weekend overall looks mainly dry, with just a slight chance for a few showers late Saturday.
Looking forward to cooler air!
Meteorologist Matt Brooks
Tuesday: Partly cloudy with isolated showers possible during the afternoon. Thunderstorms return for the evening, with some on strong side.
Temps: 81° to 86°
Winds: South 10-20 mph
Tuesday Night: Thunderstorms likely before midnight, otherwise mostly cloudy.
Temps: 62° to 66°
Winds: West-southwest 5-10 mph
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and breezy!
Temps: 77° to 81°
Winds: West 10-20 mph
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