Plenty of sunshine returns to central Wisconsin the next several days as the short term and long term weather pattern continues to change up across the Great Lakes Region. A weak cool front and an upper level disturbance will help clouds build for Wednesday afternoon with eventually a few brief, light showers and sprinkles, develop across Northeastern Wisconsin. Shower chances will remain low ( 30%) and will mainly be north and east of the Wausau area by the early afternoon.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue to push through central Wisconsin Tuesday morning, with another round of showers and thunderstorms arriving for the afternoon. While there will not be a lot of sunshine today, areas that end up with a few hours of the sun, will have the possibility for some stronger thunderstorms later this afternoon. The strongest storms may contain brief, wind gusts over 40 mph as well as some brief downpours as the storms wind down this evening.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms will be possible Monday as another slow moving storm system pushes through Wisconsin for the beginning of the work week. While most of the thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday will be more of the “garden variety”, a few storms may pack a little bit of a stronger punch Monday and Tuesday with gusty winds over 40 mph within the stronger storms.
Summer started Sunday night at 10:32 p.m. and now anything but summer like temperatures will return for the first full day of summer Monday. Expect daytime highs to slowly climb back into the lower 60s for most locations, which will remain around 15° below average for this time of year and will be more like the first day of May, instead of the first day of summer.As skies clear out for Monday, windy and cooler conditions will move into central Wisconsin with a small chance for brief, light showers in the Northwoods by the late afternoon hours.
Suntabulous weather returns for Wednesday as temperatures continue to climb out ahead of our next storm system that arrives for Thursday. Temperatures will jump back into the upper 70s and lower 80s for the day, with relatively comfortable humidity levels throughout the afternoon
While temperatures remain above average for the next several days, the lows and highs from this week are running about 15° so far, compared to the lows and highs from last week. While temperatures have cooled off a bit, the less humid air is more noticeable and continues to remain in place for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Plenty of sunshine returns Tuesday as temperatures still remain a few degrees above normal for this time of year. Expect some afternoon cloud cover to return, with another seasonal day coming up Wednesday.
There will be a few thunderstorms possible Wednesday night across the Northwoods, with a better chance for some stronger storms area-wide Thursday evening and Friday evening, as a strong cold front approaches Wisconsin by the end of the week. NewsChannel 7’s First Alert Weather Team *may* still issue a First Alert Weather Day for Friday afternoon and evening, due to the threat for severe thunderstorms.
A handful of temperatures hit the 90° Monday afternoon with a few more 90s possible for Tuesday afternoon as the hazy, hot and humid weather continues across Wisconsin. The occasional shower and thunderstorm chances will continue at times this week, mainly between 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. as the heat and humidity continue for the rest of the week. Some of the strongest storms Tuesday and Wednesday, may produce small hail, wind gusts up to 40 mph, as well as brief downpours at this time.
While several record high temperatures were recorded across Wisconsin the past weekend, temperatures will turn a little cooler for the beginning of the work week, with high temperatures still remaining in the 80s and night time lows in the upper 60s.. There will be occasional shower and thunderstorm chances for many of the next several days, mainly between 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. as the heat continues to help trigger the isolated shower and thunderstorms this week.
As temperatures continue to warm up for the rest of the week, small and isolated shower and thunderstorm chances will be possible for Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, as temperatures continue to warm back into the lower 80s. Some of the strongest storms may contain wind gusts up to 40 mph and some occasional small, pea-sized hail.
After some stronger storms rolled through central Wisconsin for Memorial Day, there will be a few more weaker systems rolling through Wisconsin for the middle of the week, which will keep a few shower and thundershower chances across the area. Sunshine will be mixed with cloud cover for the next few days as temperatures and dew points continue to slowly climb for the middle of the week. Expect occasional and small, shower and thundershower chances for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week as temps continue to warm up.
First Alert Weather Day: As sunshine returns for the later morning hours, this will help destabilize the atmosphere for the afternoon as a weak front moves through central Wisconsin. While thunderstorms look likely at times for the late afternoon, a few storms may become quite strong from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. with gusty winds up to 60 mph as well as hail up to 1” in diameter across central Wisconsin.