Stay mild for a while with rain and thunderstorms at times possible | Central forecast


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Update of the forecast for Saturday afternoon:

During the afternoon, cloud cover held over central and eastern Wisconsin, while sunshine appeared elsewhere in the state. Temperatures ranged from the 60s under the clouds to the 70s elsewhere.

A low pressure system currently overlying the northern central plains will slowly move towards northern Minnesota tonight and tonight, bringing southeast winds into the area and maintaining the seasonally high humidity. Showers and thunderstorms are possible later in the evening and at night when a warm front approaches and pulls through. Hail can occur. Fog is also possible overnight.

The likelihood of showers and thunderstorms will continue on Sunday morning, then the sky will be partly sunny. It will be a warm and humid day with stormy south winds. Showers and storms will remain possible in the afternoon into the evening as the low pressure system moves from northern Minnesota to Ontario and a cold front pulls through our area. Hail will be possible again.

The mild weather is expected to last until Thursday, when it will be a little cooler. Low pressure systems moving through the region will bring rain and the possibility of thunderstorms Monday through early Tuesday, then again Wednesday through early Thursday.

On this date in the weather history:

1989 – The weather, unusually cold for the time of year, continued in the upper Midwest. Thirteen cities in Ohio, Michigan and Indiana reported record low temperatures as of the date, including Marquette MI with a reading of 20 degrees.

Good night and have a nice Sunday! Meteorologist Mike Breunling 3:30 p.m. October 9, 2021

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