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SUNSHINE RETURNS AND WE WARM UP...

Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Published: Jul. 16, 2020 at 6:25 AM CDT|Updated: Jul. 16, 2020 at 11:48 AM CDT
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Patchy clouds across central Wisconsin have broken up, allowing for the return of sunshine. We’ll see warm high temperatures in the lower 80s this afternoon, with upper 70s along the lakeshore. It certainly will feel warmer than yesterday, and slightly humid too.

The heat is going to build into the weekend... We’ll see high temperatures rise to near 90 degrees on Saturday. The heat index may soar into the upper 90s! Not only is it going to be hot and humid, but the weekend looks stormy at times too.

Saturday’s severe weather outlook is now in the MODERATE category. We may see TWO rounds of strong thunderstorms... The first round during Saturday morning, then after a break, another round of big storms later Saturday night and into Sunday morning. The biggest threat would be damaging straight-line winds. Things could change this far out, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Saturday become a First Alert Weather Day... Stay tuned!

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BOATERS' FORECAST:

AFTERNOON: NE/S 1-10 KTS WAVES: 1-2′

THURSDAY: S 5-15 KTS WAVES: 1-3′

AFTERNOON: Plenty of sunshine. Warmer and slightly humid. HIGH: 82

TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Slightly humid. LOW: 64

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Very warm. Humidity increases. HIGH: 87 LOW: 71

SATURDAY: Hot and humid... Heat index may reach the upper 90s. Variable clouds and sun, with strong thunderstorms early, and again at NIGHT. HIGH: 90 LOW: 73

SUNDAY: Early thunderstorms, then some sunshine. Hot and humid. HIGH: 87 LOW: 65

MONDAY: Partly cloudy. A little cooler. HIGH: 83 LOW: 64

TUESDAY: Increasing clouds. Late showers and thunderstorms. HIGH: 80 LOW: 63

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. Less humid. HIGH: 79

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