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Falling back into fall

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It was a climb to the 80s yesterday but now looking at falling back to fall-like conditions
North America - Wildfire KML XO
Wildfire smoke now looks to be effecting all of the lower 48 states. Could see some improvements with passing front today
Setup
Mild to start the day with early heating then a drop off tomorrow with highs in the 60s
Fresh Air Forecast
A few passing clouds with a cold front this morning then the smoky hazy skies continue
WXOW 2017 Earth Design
The widespread frost chances will hold to northern Wisconsin.
State - Forecast Lows Tonight
Cooler night ahead, could see a few possible frosty spots.

Smoky, seasonal

The smoky skies yesterday kept high temperatures in the low 80s. Those smoky skies continue today with seasonal temperatures in the mid-70s. However, throughout the day a cold front will be sweeping through the region. It may become breezy at times but cooler air will descend for the end of the week.

Frosty mornings

With the passage of a frontal system today, a quick fall in the temperatures will occur tonight. Lows have the potential to range between the mid-30s to the mid-40s. Locations that fall into the 30s will have the possibility of a frosty start tomorrow. But, don’t let your guard down yet! Friday morning will be another potentially frosty morning with similar temperatures.

Below-average blast

High temperatures through Saturday will be in the mid-60s to bring a crisp feel to the air. There will be plenty of sunshine, especially if we can break out of the smoky skies.

However, there could be very slight chances for sprinkles to develop. There will be a chance Friday and Saturday, but it should NOT cancel any of your weekend plans. If any showers develop, there will be little to no accumulation and should not bring much for cloud cover.

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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett

Alyssa Triplett

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