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Hottest day in at least two years followed by storm chances

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MADISON (WKOW) - Near record high temperatures are on the way ahead of storm chances and eventually milder temperatures.

A cold front moving through the Plains will head into the Midwest by late-day triggering storm chances.

On the back side of the front, much lower levels of humidity will move in with eventually lower temperatures, too.

Mostly sunny, hot and humid with a high around 94°. The record for today is 95° set in 1933..

The last time we got to 94° was in the summer of 2019 and we haven't hit 95° since September of 2018!

A few showers and storm chances return later today. Expect isolated, pop-up storms this afternoon with a higher chance for more widespread activity this evening and tonight. Overnight lows will dip to 68°.

There is a slim chance a couple storms could grow strong to severe with high winds and hail the main concerns.

Partly sunny with just a few showers and storms possible and a high of 87° with falling humidity later in the day along the front.

Sunny and drier, but still hot with a high of 89°.

Mostly sunny and still warm with high of 85°.

Mostly sunny, milder and more seasonal with a high of 81°.

Sunny with a high of 82°.

Mostly to partly sunny and heating back up to around 90°.

Shower and storm chances Thursday night.

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Max Tsaparis

Wake Up Wisconsin Meteorologist

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