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First Alert Weather : Warmer Wednesday with stray afternoon sprinkles or brief showers possible

Wednesday Forecast
Wednesday Forecast(WSAW)
Published: Jun. 29, 2021 at 7:05 AM CDT|Updated: Jun. 30, 2021 at 4:36 AM CDT
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -

Areas of fog will remain locally dense throughout Wednesday morning, with plenty of sunshine returning to central Wisconsin throughout the morning hours. A weak disturbance and cool front will drop into the northern and northeastern part of Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon, with a few afternoon sprinkles possible throughout the day.

The start to July will remain unsettled as well, as another storm system drops back into Wisconsin Wednesday and Thursday. Stronger thunderstorms may be possible for Wednesday evening and Thursday afternoon, with gusty winds and large hail possible within the strongest storms for the first few days of July.

The Fourth of July Holiday weekend forecast looks to remain mainly dry, as temperatures begin to warm up across Wisconsin for the early part of the new month. Temperatures will warm from the 70s Friday into the lower to middle 80s for Sunday and Monday. Look for temperatures to remain above normal for the weekend into early next week.

Still looks dry and warmer for the second half of the weekend on the Fourth of July
Still looks dry and warmer for the second half of the weekend on the Fourth of July(WSAW)

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