Sunday morning into Sunday afternoon rain showers and a few storms will move across Southeast Wisconsin. Pockets of heavy rain and lightning will accompany some storms. Winds will increase this afternoon with gusts as high as 40 mph; temperatures will warm into the 70s. After a mid-day break from rain and storms, more storms will develop late this afternoon into this evening. The extent and coverage of these storms is conditional, but any storms that do form have potential to be severe, with strong winds, hail, heavy rain, lightning, and an isolated tornado can't be ruled out.
**Strong winds will cause dangerous conditions on Lake Michigan today. There is a high risk for rip currents, do not go in the water. Also, lakeshore flooding is possible due to high waves. Boaters - A Gale Warning is in place, good idea to stay off the water.**
Overnight most of the rain moves out. Monday expect a few showers with otherwise mainly cloudy skies. Highs Monday will be in the mid 60s. More steady rain moves in for Tuesday and Wednesday, with heavy rain possible. Winds will be strong Tuesday and Wednesday, and temperatures will be much cooler, with highs only in the upper 50s to low 60s.
TODAY: Rain and storms, windy
Wind: S 15-25 Gusts 40
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy
Wind: W 10-20 Gusts 30 mph
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, a few isolated showers
TUESDAY: Rainy and windy, cooler
WEDNESDAY: Rainy and windy
THURSDAY: Scattered showers