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First Alert Weather: Evening showers, warmer days next week

A cold front will produce wet weather this evening, affecting football games and outdoor festivities.
Published: Sep. 18, 2021 at 8:38 AM CDT|Updated: Sep. 24, 2021 at 5:50 PM CDT
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - The first Friday evening of fall is going to include some wet weather across North Central Wisconsin. A cold front will provide showers and some downpours until mid to late evening, along with cooler conditions. Temperatures in the wake of the front will be back in the 50s. Clouds will give way to clearing overnight with patchy fog possible toward morning. Lows by daybreak on Saturday in the upper 30s north, to the low to mid 40s central and south.

Evening showers ending. Some clearing overnight and cool with patchy fog toward morning.
Evening showers ending. Some clearing overnight and cool with patchy fog toward morning.(WSAW)

A mix of sun and clouds to start the weekend on Saturday. Cooler with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 north, low to mid 60s in Central Wisconsin. Improving for Sunday with more in the way of sun versus clouds and warmer. Highs in the mid 70s.

A fair amount of sun and a bit breezy on Saturday for the Badgers Game in Chicago.
A fair amount of sun and a bit breezy on Saturday for the Badgers Game in Chicago.(WSAW)
Sun along with intervals of clouds Saturday, cooler.  A chance of spotty showers north.
Sun along with intervals of clouds Saturday, cooler. A chance of spotty showers north.(WSAW)

Above-average temperatures are on tap for the week ahead, along with a decent amount of sunshine. Daytime readings will rise into the upper 70s Monday and Tuesday, while close to 80 on Wednesday. The next weather maker is not expected to affect the area until late in the week with more clouds Thursday and a slight chance of showers, while a better chance for wet weather on Friday. Highs Thursday and Friday in the low 70s.

Warm weather sticking around for next week.
Warm weather sticking around for next week.(WSAW)

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