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Forecast Updated 10:05 PM MONDAY

Increasing clouds tonight will lead to scattered strong thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall tomorrow.

A line of dying thunderstorms should make it into north central Wisconsin well after midnight tonight. Otherwise, increasing clouds and humidity with lows in the low 60s.

Showers and thunderstorms are likely tomorrow. Any of the afternoon thunderstorms could be strong to locally severe. The precipitation will arrive in two waves. The first, around sunrise, could produce locally heavy rainfall. Several dry hours are expected through the afternoon before another line of strong to locally severe thunderstorms develop right over north central Wisconsin.

The primary threats include large hail and damaging wind gusts. Locally heavy rainfall is likely with high temperatures in the low to mid 70s.

The line of showers and thunderstorms will gradually move to the east tomorrow night. The severe weather threat will shift to far eastern Wisconsin overnight. The south breeze will go calm as low temperatures settle in the middle 50s.

Looking ahead, a few clouds could linger into Wednesday morning. Otherwise, turning party sunny and warmer with highs near 80°. We'll keep the sunshine around Thursday and Friday with highs back in the middle 80s.

MAKE it a GREAT Day!
Geoff Weller




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