Scattered rain and breezy Tuesday, with warmer changes coming

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A few showers and even a thunderstorm rolled through the Chippewa Valley early Tuesday morning. As the nearby low pressure system continues to spin through the state, another round of showers is expected Tuesday afternoon.

Those showers will likely continue in isolated fashion through the overnight hours and into Wednesday morning where there is just a slight chance for some light rain. New rainfall amounts will range from a trace to a few tenths of an inch.

Computer suggested rainfall totals through Wednesday.

Winds will blow at 10 to 20 mph and gust up to 30 mph out of the southeast to start and turn to the northwest as this system passes. The warm front associated with this ‘open wave’ has increased temperatures through the morning hours.

High temperatures will climb towards the upper 40’s before the cold front moves in and wraps colder temperatures and wind chills into the valley. Wind chills will fall into the low 30’s and upper 20’s by Wednesday morning.

Starting Thursday we’ll see the warmer fall weather return with near or above average temperatures into the weekend.

Justin Esterly

Justin Esterly

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