Thunderstorms between this evening and early Saturday will likely bring excessive rainfall. Localized heavy rainfall may result in flash flooding, especially for areas repeatedly impacted by rainfall. Severe storms are possible Friday evening.
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.