Taylor Dayton's Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook: Friday, June 26th, 2020
Meteorologist Taylor Dayton


Staying Warm and Dry Into The Weekend With Not Much Drought Relief in Sight

YOUR FORECAST FOR TODAY: We will see a fleeting chance at a passing sprinkle or shower this morning before the clouds give way to sunshine and warm temperatures pushing to a high near 82° by this afternoon. There is a slim chance of a strong storm or two to pop up over Northwest Wisconsin during the early afternoon hours, but unfortunately we are not looking at much rain to help our drought conditions.

TONIGHT: Clear skies will move in this evening and lead to a beautiful Friday night with a mild low near 60°.

TOMORROW: Saturday is looking like a picture perfect Summer day across the Northland and a great day to head to the beach, or the lake to cool off! We will bask in plenty of sunshine along with an afternoon high near 84°. Keep in mind it will be humid as well and make it feel a bit uncomfortable. Be sure to stay hydrated and take precautions in this kind of heat.

SUNDAY: We will keep the sunny and warm stretch going into Sunday with temperatures topping out near 80°.

MONDAY: A mix of clouds and sunshine along with a stray afternoon shower and a high near 79°.

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and warm with a high near 78°.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies with a stray shower possible with a high near 79°.

THURSDAY: A mix of clouds and sunshine with a high near 77°.

FRIDAY: Plenty of sunshine and a high near 81°.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

WDIO Meteorologist Taylor Dayton.

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