First Alert Weather - Shower and storm chances continue Saturday night into Sunday
Sunday shower and storm chances will not lead to a washout for outdoor activities
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -
More rounds of showers and thunderstorms will remain across Wisconsin for the rest of the weekend as a strong storm system continues to push through the Great Lakes Region. Another round of thunderstorms will arrive Saturday night, with some leftover showers and storms for the start of Sunday morning.
There won’t be a lot of sunshine Sunday, but for areas that do receive several hours, that will bring a better chance for some stronger storms by the late afternoon and evening hours, as temperatures return to the 70s for daytime highs.
In addition to a few stronger storms, heavy downpours will remain possible that could lead to a rapid rise in area creeks, lakes and rivers.
The back-to-work forecast Monday, will be a bit stormy to start with, as well as very warm and humid as temps warm into the lower 80s for the day.
The strong storm system will finally release its grip on Wisconsin Monday evening, with plenty of sunshine returning for the last few days of August and for the first few days of September. Temps will take a small dip Wednesday, before warming into upper 70s to around 80° by Labor Day Weekend.
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