We started out with sunny conditions Sunday morning but then the clouds rolled in very quickly by late morning and thunderstorms developed rapidly along a cold front and area of low pressure moving across Northeast Wisconsin. Although the showers and storms were on the scattered side, some locations reported heavy downpours along with some hail. 1" hail was reported at Plymouth during the early afternoon and hail was reported to cover the ground around Sheboygan.. Large hail around 2" was reported at Wisconsin Rapids overnight. Skies did finally clear out late in the afternoon. Before the front moved through, temperatures warmed into the upper 70s to low 80s. After the front moved past the region, most locations dropped into the 60s.
A small shower moving south over Lake Winnebago Sunday evening produced a weak funnel for a short time. The funnel disappeared back into the clouds after a few minutes.
Generally dry weather will start us out for the early part of the next work week as temperatures drop back into the low 70s along with less humidity. We will see plenty of sunshine on Monday and start out that way on Tuesday. A few spotty showers are possible later in the day on Tuesday.
It appears right now we will be seeing rather quiet conditions midweek with some sunshine. A round or two of showers and thunderstorms are possible Friday and again on Saturday. High temperatures will gradually warm back up into the upper 70s to 80 degrees for the middle and latter part of the week.
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