FORECAST UPDATED 8:28 PM TUESDAY
Look for the clouds to increase late tonight leading to a chance for showers and thunderstorms after midnight. These storms will be losing their intensity as they approach north central Wisconsin. Still, the threat for a rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out along with pockets of heavy rain. Low temperatures will hover in the mid 60s.
Showers and thunderstorms are now likely on Wednesday with periods of heavy rain possible. You will also find many dry hours in between the showers and maybe even a few glimpses of the sun. The south breeze will continue into the evening hours when it will turn more out of the west. High temperatures will be a bit cooler in the mid 70s.
Isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible early Tomorrow night. The bulk of the rain should be out of here by sunset starting a clearing trend that will last through Saturday morning. West winds will be light in the 5-10 MPH range with low temperatures in the mid 50s.
Thursday and Friday look dry but we say goodbye to the 80s and replace them with high temperatures in the low 70s and some low temperatures back in the upper 40s.
MAKE it a GREAT day!
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