Cool and dry Father’s Day…
Sunday afternoon shaped up to be rather nice. Temperatures were on the cooler side, only reaching the mid-60s. The Chippewa Valley stayed relatively dry making for a pleasant evening to spend outside with dad. We are expecting a cool crisp night ahead with lows in the upper 40s.
Sunshine is that you?
Peeks of sunshine in the morning will give with to partly/mostly cloudy skies. We do have a slight chance for a few passing showers Monday afternoon and evening. Most of us should stay dry. Temperatures rebound to the mid 70s this week.
Active weather pattern…
Pretty much every day starting tomorrow afternoon we have at least a slight chance for a few showers or thunderstorms. We are not expecting any sort of washout as this activity will be very scattered in nature. Just keep this in mind, a light rain jacket or umbrella will come in handy this week. Multiple disturbances (shortwaves) in the upper levels of our atmosphere are allowing for this very spotty activity.
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Have a great rest of your weekend!
-Stormtracker 18 Meteorologist Warren Sears