First Alert - Temperatures remain cool
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - A quick moving disturbance, will push through Wisconsin Thursday, bringing a better chance for light showers area-wide, from the late afternoon hours and lasting into the early evening hours Thursday. Some minor slushy accumulations of snow, may be possible across the northern part of Wisconsin by early Friday morning.
At this time, it looks like there will be small rain chances or Saturday night, with the best chance for more rain showers returning toward the middle of next week. Mother’s Day will start off with a few sprinkles and considerable cloud cover, with some afternoon sunshine returning for the day.
Long term, it will still be chilly at times for the middle of May, with occasional low temps back in the lower 30s at times. In addition to this week’s chances for frost, there occasionally may be more frosty morning temps throughout the next few weeks and possibly into the end of May.
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