Monday Video Forecast 6/18


From Storm Team 5…

A gloomy afternoon following a soggy start this morning as we’ll continue to see spotty light rain showers track overhead.  We’ll keep the sunshine away with a healthy dose of clouds, and temperatures that will peak in the middle to upper 70s, some 80s south.

A FLOOD WARNING has been posted for the Waupaca River and Little Wolf River affecting central Wisconsin as waters rise after several inches of rain Sunday night and Monday morning.

Tonight we look for mostly cloudy skies and readings close to 60 degrees for an overnight low.

Tuesday brings clouds and scattered showers especially during the morning and particularly south of Green Bay. Temps tomorrow head for the lower 70s.

Plentiful sunshine is in order for Wednesday and Thursday with the mercury topping out in the mid to upper 70s.

Friday starts with some sun but clouds are to be on the increase and a chance for rain showers comes about later in the day and through the evening. Numbers hit their peak in the lower 70s.

Saturday may see some morning showers but drier weather should build in for the afternoon. Temperatures get into the mid 70s. Sunday goes partly sunny with still the risk for a shower. Highs top out close to 80 degrees.

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