First Alert Weather: Times of unsettled weather ahead
Showers and storms later tonight into Sunday morning. A few storms could be strong.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Mostly cloudy this evening as the next weather maker, in the form of a warm front lifts northeast toward the region.
Showers and a chance of storms will overspread the region around and after midnight. Locally heavy downpours are possible and there will be a chance of strong storms in parts of the Northwoods heading into Sunday morning. The main threats will be storms producing hail, and perhaps some gusty winds, along with occasional lightning.
The wet weather should diminish Sunday morning, however scattered showers or a storm could pop up, especially if some sunshine makes an appearance on Sunday. Warm and a bit humid with highs in the low 70s.
An active weather pattern is ahead for the first half of the work week. The next storm system will be moving into the Badger State Monday afternoon. Additional rain with maybe an isolated rumble of thunder will be possible into early Tuesday morning. The showers should end before daybreak, leading to clouds with some breaks of sun on Tuesday with highs in the upper 60s. Another wave of low pressure will track north through the western Plains on Wednesday into Thursday, and will be close enough to provide another round of rain with a chance of storms Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday morning. Highs on Wednesday in the mid 60s. We will likely be in a dry slot on Thursday with a mix of sun and clouds, afternoon temps in the mid 60s.
Mostly cloudy on Friday, cooler. A chance of a shower. High in the upper 50s. Feeling more like fall next Saturday with some sun. Highs in the mid 50s.
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