MILWAUKEE — A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM MONDAY FOR FOND DU LAC, DODGE, WASHINGTON, OZAUKEE, AND MILWAUKEE COUNTIES. HEAVY RAIN HAS FALLEN THE LAST TWO DAYS AND HAS SATURATED THE GROUND. MORE HEAVY RAIN IS POSSIBLE SUNDAY EVENING/NIGHT, WHICH MAY LEAD TO FLOODING OF STREAMS, ROADWAYS, AND URBAN AREAS. REMEMBER, NEVER ATTEMPT TO DRIVE THROUGH A FLOODED ROADWAY.
Monday showers and storms look likely from late morning through the afternoon. Outside of storms skies will be mainly cloudy. Highs top out in the low 80s with high humidity. Fog looks likely Monday night into early Tuesday.
Tuesday is a day we will be watching closely. This day has potential for severe storms, but also could end up being fairly quiet if all the ingredients don't line up properly. Check back for updates over the next 24-hours. Outside of storm potential, it will be very hot and humid. Highs will be in the low 90s, and with high humidity, heat index values will be 100°+. It remains hot with the chance for storms Wednesday and Thursday, before cooler and less humid weather moves in Friday.
MONDAY: Mainly cloudy with scattered storms
Wind: S/SE 10-15 mph
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, chance storms, hot and humid
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, isolated storms, hot and humid
THURSDAY: Partly sunny, scattered storms, hot and humid
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, cooler, less humid