Thursday, July 13, 2017

Weekend Outlook

Its been a very active week to say the least with multiple rounds of heavy rain and storms battering northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Thursday turns the page into a  bit more of a quiet pattern, though there is a small chance for a passing afternoon shower. Still expect Thursday to be a bit muggy feeling, but it will feel better through the weekend. A cold front passing south this morning will help to filter in cooler and drier air. A few clouds will be sticking around through Friday, high pressure arrives and we will get a little sunshine into Saturday.

Low pressure will develop near the Rockies and will move east, it's cold front will allow for storms to develop in Wisconsin Saturday afternoon. These could be on the strong to severe side with a slight risk for severe storms in Wisconsin. A low end Marginal risk will be in place for the Stateline Saturday evening as those storms sink south. A few of those storms will linger into Sunday morning but will be out of here quickly. Temperatures fall into the low 80's behind that front on Sunday. Overall the storm threat shouldn't impact any plans through the weekend with temperatures hoovering near average.

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