First Alert Weather: Cool start to June
Showers will arrive throughout the afternoon Thursday
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Cooler, less windy and less humid conditions will continue to push into Wisconsin for the first day or two of June, as the warm and humid conditions disappear for the beginning of the new month.
Plenty of sunshine will continue for the rest of Wednesday afternoon with another quick hitting system, arriving throughout Thursday afternoon and evening. Widely scattered light and spotty showers are possible by mid-afternoon Thursday with a stray thundershower or two possible as well.
Suntastic weather will return Friday before another stronger low pressure system arrives for the upcoming weekend. Temperatures will struggle to stay in the middle 60s for Saturday, with highs warming up a few degrees for Sunday. Showers will become likely for Saturday with more widely scattered showers arriving Saturday night into Sunday.
Temps will rebound a bit early next week, with highs returning to more lower to middle 70s.
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