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Muggy and sunshine to produce a pop-up storm or two

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MADISON (WKOW) - High pressure remains close, sitting over the northern portion of the state, keeping most of southern Wisconsin quiet for most of the day.

An isolated shower or storm will be possible this afternoon, but nothing widespread in coverage. Expect more dry hours than wet.

Moisture will shift to the east, bringing shower and storm chances to most of our viewing area by Sunday overnight into Monday. Could see heavier pockets of rain during this time.

The Storm Prediction Center has put southern WI under a 'Marginal' risk for severe weather Sunday evening into overnight hours. This is a level 1 risk, with gusty winds and hail as the main concerns. Although, there is a tornado risk for the southwest region near Iowa.

Temperatures stay warm in the upper 80s for the rest of the week. Somewhat higher humidity values return, expect slightly muggy days.

Another trend next week is showers and storms. There are chances Sunday through Friday, ranging from scattered to few with multiple dry periods.

Guy Brown

Meteorologist, WKOW

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