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If you are a fan of lots of sunshine, low humidity, and temperatures that are not too hot but not too cold, this week is for you! High pressure will settle in overnight, which will keep skies clear and winds light.

Temperatures tonight will fall into the low 50s. A few places north of Eau Claire could even see temperatures in the upper 40s by Monday morning. Some patchy fog may develop tonight, but will burn off quickly Monday morning.

After a cool start, Monday will be a beautiful sunny day with highs near 80 and low humidity. We will remain cloud-free through Monday night before clouds and humidity increase for Tuesday.

There will be a chance of scattered thunderstorms on Tuesday as another cold front moves through. Behind it, high pressure will build in out of Canada, which will bring more sunshine, low humidity, and comfortable temperatures in the mid to upper 70s.

Rain chances stay away until next weekend, when there will be a slight chance of thunderstorms, but overall the next week will be about as beautiful as it can get for mid to late August.

Jess Langlois

Jess Langlois

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