It feels like summer again in southeastern Wisconsin, with highs flirting with 80 degrees and higher dew points to make it feel a bit sticky again. This is all ahead of a cold front that will be sparking off strong-severe storms in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. They will weaken as they move into southeastern Wisconsin after midnight, leaving most of us with a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain before 8 a.m. Wednesday with lows in the mid 60s.
After the light rain showers wrap up Wednesday morning, our skies will clear and the wind will be breezy from the west, keeping temperatures in the low 70s. Thursday will feel like fall again after a crisp morning with lows close to 50 degrees. Our temperatures will only climb into the 60s during the day despite blue skies. Another rainmaker is on the way for Friday with off-and-on showers likely throughout the day to bring a good half an inch up to an inch of rain to the area as another cold front moves through. This will drop temperatures for the weekend into the 60s with rain chances mainly on Sunday.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN:
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, breezy with rain/thunderstorm chance after midnight.
Wind: SW 10-20 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Morning showers, then partly cloudy and breezy.
Wind: W 10-15 mph.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, cooler.
Wind: W 5-15 mph.
FRIDAY: Cloudy, breezy and rainy.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy and cooler.