First Alert Weather: Falling temperatures for the first day of Fall Thursday
Sharp drop in temperatures ahead. Tracking chances to see our first frost of the season Friday morning. Rain chances possible over the weekend.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - The First Day of Fall is Thursday, and Mother Nature looks to get into the fall spirit. A burst of cold air to end the work week. North-Central Wisconsin could see morning temperatures as low as the mid to upper 30s for the next two mornings.
Morning lows slightly higher in the low 40s for Thursday. Several areas will likely see their first frost of the season Friday morning. Daytime highs will warm, but remain below average in the upper 50s.
Increasing clouds to end the week with chances for showers to move in for Western Wisconsin Friday as a low-pressure system approaches the Badger State. Showers will be possible at times for the upcoming weekend. Don’t let these rain chances fool any plans you may have--neither a washout or a thunderstorm is expected to occur. Higher chances to see rain during the morning hours Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be slightly warmer with daytime highs sitting in the low 60 to mid 60s.
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