Tuesday: A low-pressure system will gradually move across Minnesota and into Wisconsin throughout the day with rain chances morning to evening. The heaviest rain is expected to move through the morning and into the afternoon. There's a widespread chance of over an inch of rain from Brainerd to Grand Rapids to the Twin Ports to Hayward, with over two inches locally. This will lead to the potential for localized flash flooding. The Twin Ports is on the northern edge of potential for damaging winds and hail Tuesday afternoon, but heavy rain is the main concern. Temperatures will be stagnant with much of the region staying in the low 60s. A strong east wind will keep temperatures along the shoreline in the 50s.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy skies linger Wednesday with temperatures nudging closer to 70 and a stray shower possible for parts of Northwest Wisconsin. The next widespread chance for thunderstorms doesn't arrive until Friday.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 77. E 5-10 mph.