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Wednesday is sunny with highs in the 80s, storms forecasted at night

and last updated 2021-07-28 00:24:13-04

We started the day with clouds that dropped almost a half inch of rain in parts of Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties. Unfortunately, that line of rain quickly fizzled, and the clouds were gone by noon and we started to rapidly heat up. Milwaukee hit 92; the 5th day in a row in the 90s. Tonight is partly cloudy and more humid with lows in the low 70s. There is an isolated chance for a t'shower after midnight.

Wednesday is mostly sunny, very humid and warm with highs in the mid 80s in Milwaukee to near 90 inland. A SE breeze off the lake will break the streak of 90s, but it will be steamy. There is a slight chance for an early evening t'storm, but the best chance for storms comes in after 10pm and overnight Wednesday night. SE Wisconsin is under an enhanced risk for storms (level 3 of 5), with the main threat being wind damage. Hopefully with the line of storms arriving late, it will lose some of its severity, but it looks very promising for heavy rain; maybe 1-2" of rain by Thursday morning. Thursday is sunny and becoming less humid with highs in the upper 70s with a NE wind at 10-20 mph. Friday is beautiful with highs in the 70s, low humidity and sunshine.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and more humid with a few spotty t'showers
Low: 72
Wind: Light

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, warm and steamy with scattered t'storms by late evening
Some storms could be strong to severe with heavy rain
High: 78 Lakefront...89 Inland
Wind: ESE S 5-10 mph

THURSDAY: Isolated morning shower, then clearing, breezy, cooler and less humid
High: 75 Lakefront...84 Inland
Wind: NE 15-20 mph

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and comfortable
High: 74 Lakefront...82 Inland
Wind: ENE 5-10 mph

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and warm with scattered afternoon t'showers
High: 84
Wind: WNW 10-15 mph

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and comfortable
High: 77
Wind: NNE 10-15 mph

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