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NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast

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NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast

NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast

An area of low pressure will head towards the state tonight which will bring some showers/rain & maybe an isolated storm.

Lows will be in the upper-40s with gusty easterly winds.

A lingering shower/storm is possible Wednesday morning before we break into a little sunshine by the afternoon.

Temps will warm into the 60s & 70s......with the warmest weather SW of Lake Winnebago.

Gusty SE winds will keep it much cooler near the Lake with areas of fog.

Thursday looks milder & mostly sunny with high near 70°.

Showers & storms return on Friday along with highs only in the 50s.

Right now, the Holiday Weekend mostly looks dry & warm with a small chance of rain on Monday.

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