First Alert Weather : Warmer Tuesday with spotty showers north
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -
Summer started Sunday night at 10:32 p.m. and now anything but summer like temperatures will return for the first full day of summer Monday. Expect daytime highs to slowly climb back into the lower 60s for most locations, which will remain around 15° below average for this time of year and will be more like the first day of May, instead of the first day of summer.
As skies clear out for Monday, windy and cooler conditions will move into central Wisconsin with a small chance for brief, light showers in the Northwoods by the late afternoon hours. Brief showers and sprinkles may move across central Wisconsin throughout the early evening hours, with cool temperatures on the way by Tuesday morning.
Another quick hitting storm system will roll through the Northwoods Tuesday, bringing a small chance for showers and thundershowers by the late afternoon hours. Temperatures will get a boost for Tuesday, with highs back in the middle to upper 60s.
There will be a more impressive storm system approaching the Badger State for Wednesday night and the rest of the week, with showers and thunderstorms becoming likely Thursday and Friday. As temperatures and dew points climb, some stronger storms can not be ruled out for Thursday evening.
The weekend is shaping up to be rather fantabulous at this time, with skies clearing out and temperatures returning to the seasonal middle to upper 70s.
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