SCATTERED EVENING STORMS... COOLER, LESS HUMID WEEKEND
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Scattered storms will be ending overnight with most rain out of the area by 2-3 a.m. Saturday. While the threat for severe weather is low for the rest of the night, isolated storms could still produce gusty winds, small hail and heavy rain.
It was another afternoon of record setting heat with highs in the 90s away from Lake Michigan. A cold front coming through tonight will put an end to this early summer-like pattern. The humidity will drop over the course of Saturday. We’ll see some morning clouds, then skies turn mostly sunny. By the late afternoon an isolated shower or storm is possible. Highs will still be above average, but not as hot as they’ve been recently... in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Temperatures will cool down by Sunday, and the lower humidity continues. Highs will be in the low and middle 70s, with temperatures in the 60s for the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon. Clouds will increase Sunday, but the day will be dry... perhaps there are a few stray showers at night. Temperatures next week will actually run a little below average with highs in the 60s for several days.
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WIND & WAVES FORECAST:
SATURDAY: VARIABLE 5 KTS... WAVES: 0-1′
SUNDAY: S/SW 10 KTS... WAVES: 0-2′
TONIGHT: Evening storms... some strong. Mostly cloudy and mild. LOW: 62
SATURDAY: Morning clouds, isolated PM storms. Not as humid. HIGH: 81 LOW: 56
SUNDAY: Morning sun, then increasing clouds. Stray shower late? HIGH: 74 LOW: 52
MONDAY: Partly cloudy. Cooler and breezy. HIGH: 66 LOW: 44
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and continued cool. HIGH: 64 LOW: 45
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with isolated showers possible. HIGH: 64 LOW: 47
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. Breezy with late showers. HIGH: 71 LOW: 53
FRIDAY: A mix of sun and clouds. Passing showers NORTH? HIGH: 73
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