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Brandon Weathers' Forecast Discussion

Brandon Weathers, WDIO Meteorologist Brandon Weathers, WDIO Meteorologist |  Photo: WDIO-TV

Storm Team Outlook: Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
Meteorologist Brandon Weathers bweathers@wdio.com

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Cool and quiet conditions on the horizon

Scattered showers lingering for parts of Northwest Wisconsin will gradually slide east this evening. After a warm and summery Wednesday, cooler and quiet conditions will take over the region the rest of the week and through the weekend. This begins with the passage of a cold front overnight. The front will lead to increasing clouds and a few spotty sprinkles which move east during the day Thursday as high pressure approaches from the west. The high will keep dry air in place Friday through the weekend.

The combination of clear skies and the cool air mass will allow overnight temperatures to approach the low 40s and even 30s for some Thursday night and Friday night. This may lead to frost potential, particularly across the Arrowhead away from Lake Superior. Overall, it will be a pleasant weekend for outdoor activities. A warm and active pattern returns at the start of next week.

TONIGHT: Becoming mostly cloudy. Low 53. W wind 5-10 mph.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy and breezy. High 72. WNW wind 10-15 mph.

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. High 62. NNW wind 5-15 mph.

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. High 64. N wind 5-10 mph.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. High 69.

MONDAY: Chance for showers. High 70.

TUESDAY: Chance for thunderstorms. High 72.

WEDNESDAY: Scattered thunderstorms. High 73.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Brandon Weathers, WDIO Meteorologist

         


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