First Alert Weather: Isolated showers or storm mainly south of Hwy 10

Less muggy conditions arrive this evening
First Alert Weather
Published: Aug. 3, 2022 at 6:59 AM CDT|Updated: Aug. 3, 2022 at 5:47 PM CDT
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - The best chance for an isolated shower on Wednesday afternoon will be south of Hwy 10. Most locations north of Stevens Point will remain dry and muggy.

Over 2-3 inches of rain has fallen in certain areas in North-Central Wisconsin
Over 2-3 inches of rain has fallen in certain areas in North-Central Wisconsin(WSAW)
Sub-severe wind gusts was observed early Wednesday morning as strong thunderstorms moved...
Sub-severe wind gusts was observed early Wednesday morning as strong thunderstorms moved through the area.(WSAW)

Sunny and dry conditions return for Thursday and Friday. Highs will sit around the mid-80s. A 90-degree warm up is on the way for Saturday thanks to a frontal system lifting through the state. Though, showers and storms will follow as early as late Saturday. Cooler for Sunday with showers and thunderstorms.

Warming into the 90s for Saturday.
Warming into the 90s for Saturday.(WSAW)
Decreasing humidity for Wednesday. But mugginess increases for Saturday.
Decreasing humidity for Wednesday. But mugginess increases for Saturday.(WSAW)

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