Forecast Discussion

Forecast Updated 3:27 AM FRIDAY

Our stretch of warm and humid weather will soon come to an end. Highs will hold in the 70s through Saturday then the 60s will return for next week. Separating the two air masses will be a cold front that will likely trigger showers and thunderstorms tomorrow.

Lots of dense fog is in the Northwoods this morning. Many areas are seeing visibilities under 1/4 of a mile. That is why a dense fog advisory has been issued until 10AM this morning. Once the fog burns off partly cloudy skies will allow temperatures to warm into the upper 70s. There is a very low chance for a shower late this afternoon but most if not all will stay dry.

Tonight a very humid air mass will keep lows from dropping. Temperatures will hold steady in the middle 60s. An isolated shower will be possible with partly cloudy skies. A few areas of dense fog will once again be possible late tonight into tomorrow morning.

Clouds will quickly increase tomorrow with showers and thunderstorms becoming likely. It will be our last day in the 70s with highs near 75°. Winds will be very gusty from the south.

Looking ahead, a cold front will move through the Northwoods tomorrow night. This means lower humidity and temperatures for Sunday. Skies will go from mostly cloudy to partly cloudy with temperatures in the middle to upper 60s. The chance for a pop up shower will be possible in the afternoon.

Next week will start off beautiful with partly cloudy skies and highs in the 60s. Rain chances will increase on Wednesday as another system approaches.

MAKE it a GREAT Day!
Tyler Moore

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