SCATTERED RAIN & NOT AS WARM TODAY
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Today will feature more clouds and 60s for highs. A weak weathermaker will be pushing showers into northeast Wisconsin throughout the day. The showers will be scattered and should be short lived but we can see these pop up at times throughout the day. Since the showers will be scattered in nature (a 40% chance), Saturday will NOT be a total washout.
The rain chance on Sunday looks even smaller (30% chance), with a little more sunshine. Highs on Sunday should be back around 70 degrees. Our high temperatures will be rising into the middle to upper 70s next week. Then, overdue, widespread rain will be possible by Thursday with a chance of thunderstorms. More rain will be possible Friday.
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WINDS & WAVES:
SATURDAY: S 10-20 KTS WAVES: 1-3′
SUNDAY: SE 5-15 KTS WAVES: 2′ OR LESS
TODAY: Mostly cloudy skies. Scattered showers, especially in the afternoon. HIGH: 65
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. A few lingering showers. LOW: 48
SUNDAY: A mix of sun and clouds. An isolated shower possible. HIGH: 70 LOW: 47
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. HIGH: 75 LOW: 50
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 76 LOW: 54
WEDNESDAY: Increasing clouds. Turning breezy. Showers possible throughout the day. HIGH: 76 LOW: 57
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. Showers and thunderstorms. HIGH: 77 LOW: 60
FRIDAY: Showers, some afternoon thunder. HIGH: 78
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