Today's Storm Team 4cast

A large closed upper level low pressure system is meandering around Missouri with an associated weak surface disturbance, too.  Both will slowly slide to the East and Northeast through Illinois helping to pump more moisture and subsequently rain showers from the South to the North.  This rain will continue having an impact on Southeast Wisconsin tonight, tomorrow, and tomorrow night, although the precipitation will be sporadic.  Meantime, winds will remain rather light and temperatures will continue to be mild with the mercury topping out in the mid 40s to low 50s right through next week.  The rain will shut off once this broad system pulls off to our East, but cloudiness will linger on its backside into Monday.  A ridge of high pressure takes over bringing sunshine and drier conditions Tuesday and Wednesday.

 

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