GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Sunday might have been Wisconsin’s most humid day of the year.
Southerly winds drove up the mercury, with temperatures as high as 92 at Boscobel.
An approaching cold front was blamed for heavy rains in some areas. Winchester in Vilas County had two-and-a-third inches early Sunday. Burton in Grant County had one-and-two-thirds’ inches later in the day, and 1.6 inches fell near Medford.
Thunderstorms went through parts of the Badger State during the night. Boulder Junction in Vilas County had marble-sized hail.
The National Weather Service predicts another muggy day, with highs in the 80’s and scattered thunderstorms.
Tuesday, the highs could be about 10 degrees cooler, but the storms will hang around. Forecasters say severe weather is more of a possibility Tuesday.