More Humidity Wednesday

We hope you had a wonderful 4th of July holiday with family and friends! It sure was a beautiful summer-like day and we will continue that same pattern into our Wednesday here though the humidity will become more noticeable with highs back in the middle 80s. We’ll run the risk of a stray isolated storm or two but most will stay dry with higher storm coverage to the south.

We’re still watching a potentially active Thursday night as a cold front approaches from the north. A complex of thunderstorms will likely form across central Wisconsin and dive southeast during the evening. So far it appears the greatest risk for severe storms will remain across portions of southern Wisconsin with storms decreasing in intensity as they arrive in the local area during the overnight. Primary threats include damaging winds and large hail. The timing and intensity details will be further clarified later this evening.