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Southeast Wisconsin weather: Friday is sunny with temps in the 70s

Saturday morning is near 60 and the afternoon is sunny and in the mid to upper 70s.
and last updated 2022-08-25 23:26:24-04

Heavy rain moved in overnight and stayed with us until early this morning. Most areas picked up between 1 and 2" of rain, with a few areas close to 3" north of Milwaukee. It stayed cloudy with drizzle until noon, then the sun appeared with temps in the 70s and it was very humid. There is a chance for a few spotty showers until 8 p.m. this evening ahead of a cold front. Behind that front, the muggy air is replaced with drier and cooler air for tonight. We will wake up to temps in the low 60s in Milwaukee to mid-50s inland. It will be sunny on Friday with that refreshing dry air and temps in the mid-70s. A NE breeze off the lake will keep the lakefront in the low 70s.

Saturday morning is near 60 and the afternoon is sunny and in the mid to upper 70s. Earlier in the week it looked like Saturday evening could have a few showers, but that is no longer the case. The rain now looks to be holding off until Sunday. There is a chance in the morning, but t'storms become likely by late afternoon and evening. Sunday will be in the mid 80 and very humid. Monday stays in the mid-80s and steamy with afternoon t'storms.

TONIGHT:    
Clearing and cooler          
Low:  62 Lakefront...57 Inland          
Wind: N 5-10 mph

FRIDAY:     
Mostly sunny and ideal         
High: 71 Lakefront...76 Inland           
Wind: NE 10-15 mph

SATURDAY:   
Mostly sunny and a little humid
High: 79          
Wind: SE 10-15 mph

SUNDAY:     
Mostly cloudy, warm and muggy with scattered t'storms in the afternoon          
High: 84          
Wind: SSE 10-20 mph

MONDAY:     
Partly cloudy, warm, and muggy with scattered t'showers       
High: 85      
Wind: SW 10-15 mph

TUESDAY:    
Partly cloudy and warm with isolated showers         
High: 84          
Wind: NW 5-10 mph

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