A milder trend after today

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Today: Breezy and cool with cloudy skies during the morning then a few breaks of sun during the afternoon.
High: 46 Wind: NW 10-20

Tonight: Partly or mostly cloudy.
Low: 34 Wind: NW~5

Thursday: Partly cloudy early, then more sun developing and a bit milder.
High: 52 Wind: NW~5, becoming SE late

A better Fall weather pattern is developing. We will have some sun at times through the rest of the week and a bit milder temperatures.

Today will start out rather grey then a few peeks of sun should develop for the afternoon. It will be breezy and cool with high temps only reaching the 40s and a northwest wind at 10-20 mph. The wind will die down for tomorrow and we should have more sun, so it will be a lot nicer day. Highs on Thursday should top out in the low 50s. Friday will also be a good Fall day to get outside as we will have some sun during the morning and gradually increasing clouds during the afternoon. The south wind on Friday should help boost high temps into the upper 50s.

A weak cold front moving in from the west Friday night into Saturday morning will thicken the clouds and produce a 30% chance of light rain. The highest chance of that rain will be east and south of Wausau. Even if it does not rain, many areas will have clouds Saturday morning before more sun develops later in the afternoon. High temps should be above normal once again, reaching the low 60s. Sunday should be dry with highs once again in the low 60s.

A stronger low pressure system will move into the region later Sunday night and Monday and this will bring a good chance of rain. After this storm moves through, the weather will turn cooler once again. It will be cool enough that there could be a few flakes of snow in the air Tuesday morning and again on Wednesday. Highs on both days will only be in the 40s.

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

Justin Loew

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