***FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR RACINE, KENOSHA & WALWORTH COUNTIES UNTIL 10AM SUNDAY***
We won't quite make it 48 hours with dry weather, another round is on the way tonight to bring the potential for heavy rainfall close to the Illinois state line. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 10am on Sunday for counties south of Milwaukee, most of this rain and storm activity will be between 1am and 5am so if you must be out driving during that time and come upon flooded area, turn around. Flash flooding is possible with our already saturated and soaked ground and with another 0.50"-1.00" of rain possible in the south, this could lead to more problems. From Milwaukee northward the rainfall will not be that impressive with most spots picking up a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain mainly before sunrise.
Rain chances diminish as Sunday morning wears on and then the day will be mostly to partly cloudy with highs in the upper 70s. There is a chance for some light showers or sprinkles mainly after 4pm but many of us will stay dry, especially if you are heading to the Packers game it will become partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s during the rivalry.
A much drier week is anticipated for the work week: Monday may start with some patchy fog early before the sun wins out and temperatures are in the seasonal mid-70s. Tuesday is pleasant as well with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-70s. The humidity and temperature climb a bit for Wednesday with a high of 80 degrees under mostly sunny skies but a cold front comes through late in the evening to bring rain and drop temperatures back into the 70s for Thursday and beyond.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY JESSE RITKA
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds then showers/storms likely, heavy close to IL.
Wind: S 5-15 mph.
Rainfall: 0.10"-0.25" Milwaukee northward, 0.25-1.00" Racine southward.
SUNDAY: Showers/storms ending then mostly to parly cloudy with PM sprinkles.
Wind: SW-NW 5-15 mph.
MONDAY: Patchy morning fog then mostly sunny and seasonal.
Wind: N-E 5 mph.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, warmer with showers late in the evening.