Showers and storms return to the Northland
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Today: We start our Wednesday mainly cloudy, but showers and storms return to the forecast as we head through the afternoon and evening hours. There is the potential for a few isolated, strong to severe storms with winds upwards of 60 MPH and hail up to 1″ in diameter, but widespread severe weather is not expected with this system. Temperatures climb into the 50s by the lake, 60s further inland. Tonight, we get a break from the showers and storms. With mostly cloudy skies, overhead temperatures fall back into the 40s.
Thursday: Thursday is similar to that of Wednesday. We start the day dry, but showers and a few embedded thunderstorms return through the afternoon and overnight hours. Once again, there is a slight threat of severe weather in the southern portion of the Northland, but a better shot exists to our south across parts of southern and central Wisconsin and Minnesota. Temperatures climb into the 40s by the lake, 50s and 60 inland for daytime highs, and 40s for overnight lows.
Friday: There is a stray shower or two Friday morning as the system exits the region. But, mostly cloudy skies prevail as temperatures climb into the mid and upper 50s across the Northland.
Coming up: We dry out in time for the weekend, but we are left a tad cooler. How cool? Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will have the extended forecast on CBS 3 This Morning. Join us!
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