Sunday: Partly cloudy, less humid.
Wind: North 5-10
Sunday night: Variable clouds.
Wind: light N/NE
The National Weather Service has confirmed three tornadoes occurred Friday evening. The first, rated an EF1 with maximum winds of 86-110 mph, was on the ground for at least 9 miles south of Mosinee. The storm damaged hundreds of trees, caused damage to the roofs of several buildings, and demolished a barn. The tornado’s path included a crossing of I-39. The second tornado was on the ground just west of Pelican Lake in Oneida County, also rated as an EF1. The third tornado, an EF0 with maximum winds of 65-85 mph, was on the ground along Highway in Lincoln County from around the town of Tripoli to just west of the town of Bradlee.
The cold front that helped to trigger the rounds of severe storms Friday evening and Saturday will settle to the south of Wisconsin Sunday, bringing cooler and less humid weather conditions to our area and the region for a while. Through Wednesday temperature readings and humidity levels will be comfortable.
A slightly warmer and more humid trend is expected for the end of the week, with some shower and T-storm activity returning.
Have a superb Sunday! Meteorologist Mike Breunling