Monday will be hot with afternoon highs climbing into the low to mid 90s. Dew points in the mid to upper 60s will make it feel a few degrees warmer. It will be breezy with SW winds gusting up to 30 mph. Much of the day will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. But, in the afternoon and evening we will see isolated thunderstorms develop. A few of these storms could be strong, the main concern being damaging winds and lightning. If you have outdoor plans Monday, make sure you have an indoor location you can shelter in if a storm approaches.
Tuesday looks like it will remain very warm with highs near 90-degrees. Most of the day looks dry, but the chance for storms moves in Tuesday evening-night. Wednesday will bring rain showers and much cooler temperatures; highs will only be around 70-degrees. Temperatures remain in the 70s through the end of the week.
***AN AIR QUALITY ALERT REMAINS IN EFFECT SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY FOR SHEBOYGAN, OZAUKEE, MILWAUKEE, RACINE, AND KENOSHA COUNTIES. THE AIR QUALITY INDEX IS EXPECTED TO REACH THE UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS LEVEL. SENSITIVE GROUPS, INCLUDING CHILDREN, ELDERLY PEOPLE, INDIVIDUALS WITH RESPIRATORY AND CARDIAC PROBLEMS, AND ANYONE ENGAGED IN STRENUOUS OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES FOR A PROLONGED PERIOD OF TIME, SHOULD AVOID EXTENDED OUTDOOR EXPOSURE. ***
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy
Wind: SW 10-15 mph
MONDAY: Hot, breezy, isolated thunderstorms
Wind: SW 10-20 G30 mph
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. Ch. PM storms
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with rain showers
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, ch. t-showers