First Alert Weather: The last hurrah of warm weather for the year
Daytime highs for the start of the new week will be about 20 degrees above average.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - After an unseasonably warm Saturday in North Central Wisconsin, there will be two more days to soak up the last bit of comfortably warm weather, likely for the rest of the year. As a reminder, don’t forget to turn back your clocks an hour before heading off to bed tonight. We fall back to standard time, which most noticeably means the sunset will be prior to 5 PM starting on Sunday, and lasting until late January.
Mostly clear and mild tonight with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. Sunshine along with some passing clouds on Sunday and rather warm. Highs rising into the mid to upper 60s. We will likely fall short of record highs for tomorrow, which in Wausau is 71°, set just last year. A fair amount of sunshine on Monday with afternoon readings in the mid 60s.
A cold front will come through the region late Monday night with little fanfare, however, it is going to be about ten degrees cooler on Tuesday. Partly sunny with highs in the mid 50s.
The next weather maker will be a strong cold front that heads our way later Wednesday. Clouds will thicken on Wednesday with rain showers developing during the afternoon from west to east. Periods of rain Wednesday night into Thursday, tapering to showers as the day wears on. The other caveat on Veterans Day will be if chillier air starts to work in, causing rain showers to mix with snow showers later in the day. Highs on Wednesday near 50, slipping to the low 40s on Thursday. Blustery and chilly Friday with scattered snow showers possible. Lake effect snow showers are anticipated in the far north. Highs in the mid 30s.
Some sunshine, breezy, and chilly next Saturday. Highs in the low 30s. Overall, a big change in the weather conditions from the start to the end of the week as highs are going to go from the 60s to the 30s from the early to late week.
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