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Weather Forecast For The Rest Of The Week



NWS: Showers and scattered thunderstorms will develop near a cold front across Wisconsin this evening.

This activity is expected to weaken as it drifts into northern Illinois, though some isolated to widely scattered showers will probably push in before fully dissipating in the predawn hours. The threat for lightning is low.

For the rest of the week and into the Independence Day holiday weekend, it will be seasonably warm to a bit above, though not with oppressive humidity levels.

A cold front may bring a threat for showers and a few thunderstorms late Thursday night into Friday,
though it doesn’t currently look to be anything widespread.

Additional shower activity on Saturday and Sunday will likely be confined closer to the stalled cold front,
which will be south of the area, bringing mainly dry conditions for most, especially for areas north of I-80.

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