Warmer today, wet tomorrow

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Today: Any scattered rain showers ending early, then warmer with more sun developing.
High: 60 Wind: Becoming North around 5

Tonight: Increasing clouds
Low: 39 Wind: East around 5

Wednesday: Cloudy and cooler with rain developing. A few thunderstorms possible as well, mainly south of Marathon county.
High: 51 Wind: East 10-18

More of the snow should melt today and it should be gone before the end of the week as temperatures will stay on the mild side.

A couple of showers could move through the southern part of the area early today otherwise the weather should turn out quite nice. Clouds will give way to sunshine later this morning and the sun should be out for most of the afternoon. This will lead to high temperatures topping out around 60. Winds will be light and out of the north this afternoon.

A low pressure system moving in from the west will increase the clouds over Wisconsin once again tonight and produce some rain around the area tomorrow. The highest chance of rain will be late morning and then through the afternoon and evening. Some locations in the south (well south of Marathon county) might even have some thunderstorms. With more clouds, rain, and an east wind, Wednesday will be a cooler day with highs only in the low 50s. Temperatures will be cool again on Thursday with some clouds and light showers likely. The mercury will only top out around 50.

High pressure should develop in the Midwest on Friday and Saturday and this should make for some nice Spring weather once again. After a cloudy start on Friday, there should be more sun in the afternoon with high temps in the mid 50s. A good amount of sun should continue on Saturday with highs in the low 60s.

Saturday will be the better day of the Easter weekend, but Sunday won’t be all that bad. There will be more clouds on Sunday with a 30% chance of showers or an isolated thunderstorm. Even with more clouds, temps will continue on the mild side, reaching the low to mid 60s.

Have a super Tuesday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, 4:30 a.m. 16-April-2019



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