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Monday night will likely produce some rather active weather across Wisconsin. A potent low pressure system tracking across Minnesota into northwest Wisconsin will generate showers and thunderstorms as moist air flows up into our area. The brunt of those storms would occur from about 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. Some ingredients are in place for

High pressure over the region Thursday night will bring clearing skies along with cool and calm conditions. Watch out for pockets of fog later. Lows should range from the upper 30s to upper 40s in the area, grab a coat. Friday looks rather nice. Once any fog lifts in the morning we should have plenty

We have a nice quiet and comfortable start to the weekend with high pressure over our area. However, it will be turning unsettled Saturday. Temperatures will drop to the upper 50s Friday night then rebound to around 80 degrees Saturday. Light southwest winds Friday night will becoming more westerly Saturday up around 10 mph. There

Thing are definitely heating up and the hottest will be Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon. In fact, we should easily break the record high of 92 degrees in Wausau Saturday! That was established in 1934. Other locations throughout the state could also have record highs. Actually we have a decent shot of reaching the record

The conditions will be cool once again for the first day of April but mild weather will return soon. The first part of April is looking a lot like March – warmer than normal on most days. Today: Sunny and cool with less wind. High: 42 Winds: NW 5-10 Tonight: Clear and a bit chilly

It has been great having so much sunshine lately! That will be changing to a somewhat cloudier pattern going into the weekend, but it will still be warmer than normal. Thursday night should be clear to partly cloudy with lows in the mid to upper 10s. Southwest winds will become south at 5 to 10

The warmer air felt good Monday, even though the gusty winds added a bit of a chill. We will get to enjoy the milder air again Tuesday but the pattern is fairly active. As such we have a couple of rounds of precipitation to go through. The first will slide through Monday night with some