Showers and thunderstorms developed this afternoon, bringing some much needed rain to the area but also some strong wind gusts and small hail. Thunderstorm chances will continue throughout the evening hours but they should remain below severe limits and most of them will dissipate after sunset. Partly cloudy skies are expected overnight then with lows falling to 64 degrees in Milwaukee with a light NNE wind.
Sunday will be the better day out of the weekend with mostly sunny skies, highs in the low 80s and a touch of humidity after today's rain. It will be cooler by the lake but the wind isn't very strong so don't expect the lake breeze to make it far inland.
Monday is warm and humid with sunshine to start the day before thunderstorms develop late in the afternoon and into the evening hours, some may be on the stronger side especially out west. Tuesday may have a few lingering showers but most of the day is looking drier and less humid with highs in the low 80s. An isolated shower is still possible on Wednesday with higher dew points to make it feel a bit muggy but again, much of the day should be dry with sunshine. There is a better chance for showers and storms returning for Thursday with highs in the low 80s before a cooler area of high pressure moves in for Friday and Saturday with highs falling into the 70s.