First Alert Weather: Temperatures rebound Sunday followed by periods of showers and thunderstorms
Heat and humidity decrease, but chances for showers and thunderstorms increase.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Hot and muggy weather won’t last long as a cold front swipes through the region overnight, setting daytime temperatures back to normal. Cooler temperatures won’t be the only condition the frontal system brings; periods of showers and thunderstorms are possible through Tuesday evening.
Saturday night should remain dry and cooler. Low temperatures will be near the mid-50s with partly cloudy skies. Sunday morning brings chances for showers and a possible isolated rumble of thunder for areas mainly along and south of Highway 29. Areas more north will stay dry.
Any wet weather Sunday morning will quickly exit the area by 11 AM. Skies will begin to clear heading into Sunday afternoon, leading to mostly sunny skies. Daytime temperatures will be significantly cooler, in the upper 60s, low 70s.
Showers and thunderstorm chances remain in the forecast through the next work week. A brief period of showers and thunderstorms is expected early Monday morning. This will be followed by dry and partly sunny skies Monday afternoon.
High temperatures remain cool, near 70. By Tuesday morning into the afternoon, showers and thunderstorms are expected as a warm and cold front both push through the region. Tuesday will be a bit muggy.
Sunshine returns on Wednesday and Thursday with comfortably warmer weather. Highs in the low to mid 70s Wednesday, rising to the upper 70s Thursday. Humid conditions are expected again Thursday as well.
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