Warmer for a couple of days | Weather

Warmer weather is moving back into the area but it will not be terribly hot. If you like the cooler weather, just wait until the weekend. We might have a bit of rain as well on Saturday.

Today: Sunny to partly cloudy and warmer.

High: 87 Wind: SW 10-15

Tonight: Scattered clouds with an isolated storm possible.

Low: 67 Wind: SW 5-10

Friday: More humid with a mix of sun and clouds and a slight chance of spotty storms in the Northwoods.

High: 89 Wind: SW 10-15

The sun will be out in full force once again for the first half of today. A few scattered clouds could develop later in the afternoon. A southwest wind developing will help to warm things up a bit more than yesterday. High temps will top out in the mid to upper 80s. The southwest wind will be around 10 to 15 mph.

A warm front developing in the upper Midwest will produce a slight chance of a thunderstorm or two later tonight and again on Friday. The highest chance of a stray storm will be in the Northwoods. Otherwise, Friday will be partly cloudy, warm, and a bit humid with highs in the upper 80s to around 90.

More clouds will move in on Saturday as a cold front moves in from the west. The clouds will also produce a few showers or scattered storms. Keep this in mind if you have outdoor plans. There might be a little wet weather in the morning and then another round in the afternoon. It will be humid again with highs in the low 80s.

After the cold front moves, it will feel a lot different on Sunday. The mercury will only reach the low to mid 70s. There will be a stiff northwest breeze and it will be much less humid. It will be a refreshing day with partly or mostly sunny skies. Monday is also looking quite nice with mostly sunny conditions and highs in the 70s. Another chance of showers and thunderstorms will develop by Tuesday afternoon.

Have a good Thursday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, Morning Update, 23-June-2022

On this date in weather history: 1944 – Four tornadoes killed 153 persons and caused five million dollars damage in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland. The tornadoes formed during the evening and moved southeast along parallel paths flattening everything in their way. The town of Shinnston WV was leveled, and was left with the majority of the casualties. Until that time it was believed that damaging tornadoes did not travel across mountainous terrain. (David Ludlum)


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