Get ready for wind and warmth to start your Wednesday with rain moving in late afternoon. Rain totals could range from 1/2″ to 1″, with higher amounts possible to the west.
We’ll likely stay dry through early afternoon, then watch some showers develop heading toward the evening rush. Late evening and overnight, there’s the chance of some heavier rain and storms.
While most areas will not have severe storms, the southwest part of the state is under a slight risk of severe, with hail and high winds the greatest threats.
After the rain, we’ll watch a strong cold front move through that will bring dry and cool weather Thursday, then cold showery and drizzly weather for Friday. Highs will fall around 20 degrees from Wednesday to Friday!
The rain should be over in time for the weekend. Saturday is looking cool, but Sunday is looking great – which will mean a fantastic day for tail-gating before the game. We could hit 70s again next week!
And ’tis the season to go leaf peeping! Check out this fantastic foliage shot from Geoff Thompson taken at sunrise Tuesday in Brown County State Park! Share your pics here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13