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Eau Claire, WI

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Few Clouds

62°F

Hi: 73° Lo: 55°

(Feels like 62°F)
Precipitation: 50%
Humidity: 90%

Dewpoint: 59°
Heat Index: 62°
Wind Direction:
Wind Speed: 0 mph

Sunrise: 05:38:34 am
Sunset: 08:45:41 pm

Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs near 80 and lows near 60.

Sunday

Hi: 76° Lo: 56°
Monday

Hi: 77° Lo: 57°
Tuesday

Hi: 79° Lo: 59°
Wednesday

Hi: 80° Lo: 59°
Thursday

Hi: 81° Lo: 61°
Friday

Hi: 84° Lo: 63°

3 PM


68°

Humidity: 76%
Precip: 50%
Wind: 10 mph NE

4 PM


70°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 50%
Wind: 8 mph NE

5 PM


72°

Humidity: 73%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 8 mph NNE

6 PM


71°

Humidity: 73%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 6 mph N

7 PM


69°

Humidity: 73%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 5 mph NNW

8 PM


68°

Humidity: 78%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 4 mph NNW
9 PM | 66°
| 40%
10 PM | 64°
| 30%
11 PM | 62°
| 30%
12 AM | 61°
| 20%
1 AM | 60°
| 20%
2 AM | 59°
| 20%
3 AM | 58°
| 20%
4 AM | 58°
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5 AM | 57°
| 20%
6 AM | 56°
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7 AM | 60°
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8 AM | 63°
| 10%
9 AM | 66°
| 10%
10 AM | 70°
| 10%
11 AM | 73°
| 10%
12 PM | 75°
| 10%
1 PM | 77°
| 0%
2 PM | 77°
| 0%

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LATEST FORECAST DISCUSSION
Meteorologist: Tucker Antico

**SHOWERS AND STORMS MIDDAY BEFORE BEAUTIFUL WEEK KICKS OFF**

Well we have finally made it through what may end up being the two stormiest days of the summer here in Western Wisconsin. Reports of wind damage have come in across nearly the entire state of Wisconsin over the past 24 hours, which outlines just how strong these storms were. For the rest of today, temperatures will sit in the 60's, maybe reaching the low 70's if we can get some clearing in the evening. Dew points have already dropped to about 60 so we are feeling much more comfortable, if not a tad chilly out there already! We will cool down quickly through the evening too, partially thanks to the drier air and already low temps, likely reaching the mid 50's in the early morning.

A new air mass will be in place as we begin the day Sunday. Contrary to what we have experience recently, this high pressure system will be from the north and provide us with cooler, drier air. As we get into next week the high pressure will more or less stall just south of us. This will give us a chance to generally dry out and also enjoy more seasonable temperatures for most of the work week. Dew points may still fluctuate around 60F, which is noticeable, but still pleasant for summertime.

The next change in our weather may not come until Friday as this high slowly begins to depart to our east. This may allow for a weak flow of warm and moist air, but the high will have weakened enough so that this warm up will be relatively minor. An isolated shower or storm will be unlikely, but cannot be ruled out Friday or Saturday either.


 

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