We woke up to a few spotty t’showers and then we had some sun and it was very warm and steamy with highs in the mid 80s before afternoon t’storms developed and cooled us down into the 60s. SE Wisconsin is under a Severe T’storm Watch until 10pm, but the main threat now shifts south of Milwaukee to areas that have not seen rain yet and are still warm and humid.
Everyone has a chance for showers this evening, but the heaviest rain is now south after northern counties picked up 1-2” of rain this afternoon. Lows tonight will be in the mid 60s with patchy fog and a few spotty early morning showers. Thursday remains mostly cloudy and humid with highs in the low to mid 70s early in the day, then an easterly wind at 10-15 mph cools us down into the 60s. Most of the day is rain-free until late evening when t’storms start to develop ahead of a cold front. The best chance for storms is Thursday night and will linger into Friday morning. Most areas could pick up at least another inch or more of rain by Friday morning.
Behind the front, the humidity becomes much more comfortable on Friday afternoon and highs will be in the 70s. The only issue is the 20-35 mph westerly wind all day. Saturday is gorgeous with low humidity and a high of 75. More rain moves into the area Saturday night and Sunday morning, but the rain is out of here before noon. The rest of the day is warm, breezy and humid with highs near 80. Monday and Tuesday are sunny and humid with highs near 80.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, warm and damp with scattered showers and patchy fog
Wind: NE 5-10 mph
THURSDAY: Showers early, mostly cloudy and humid with t’storms by evening
High: 74…cooling into 60s
Wind: E 10-15 mph
FRIDAY: Morning showers, then clearing, very windy and less humid
Wind: WSW 20-35 mph
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and beautiful
Wind: WSW 10-15 mph
SUNDAY: Morning showers, then partly cloudy, breezy, warm and humid
Wind: SW 10-20 mph
MONDAY: Partly cloudy, warm and humid