First Alert Weather: Stormy start to Saturday with more showers and storms Sunday
Storms will wind down throughout late Saturday morning
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Showers and storms will push through central Wisconsin Saturday morning, with gusty winds, as well as brief downpours and scattered lightning as the main threats. While severe weather is not likely, stronger storms will be able to pack a punch, with wind gusts up to and over 45 mph possible, as well as hail up to 1″ in diameter.
A tad warmer to end the weekend. The next best chance for a weather maker to occur in the area will be Sunday afternoon or evening as a frontal system moves in. Though, wet weather may arrive earlier depending if the front decides to pick up speed. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely at some point Sunday, and may continue into Monday.
Forecast outlook for the upcoming work week features steady temperatures near average for the first half of the week. But a drop in temperatures down to the 70s could be possible for the second half. Long term forecast models point towards a dry weather pattern for much of next week.
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