We had a round of rain with some thunder early this morning, but were dry through the middle of the day. More rain returned this afternoon and will be most widespread between 4 and 8 PM before scattering out again.
A few flakes towards Taylor county and northwest can’t be ruled out, but nothing significant is expected even there.
Rain totals are highest to the north where there weren’t many breaks in the rain. There, between one quarter and three quarters of an inch have fallen while further south near Eau Claire totals have been below one quarter inch. Rain will end before midnight but the sky will remain cloudy through tomorrow.
A northwest wind will bring cooler air in with lows in the upper 30s and wind chills as cold as 30 by tomorrow morning. Clouds will continue all day which will keep highs below 50 for most spots.
The sun returns Thursday and with it comes warmer weather. Highs will push into the upper 50s and the warming trend continues into the weekend with Friday through Sunday expecting low to mid 60s for highs and 40s for lows.
The only weekend rain chance comes late Friday evening through early Saturday morning, so it should end up being a nice stretch of weather. A stronger low pressure system arrives late Sunday night with rain becoming likely for Monday with thunder possible and cooling temperatures as it passes.