Timing out thunderstorms for Monday


The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

After a muggy and mild start to the day, a front will cut through the muggy air will bring more thunderstorms to the area. The highest chance for another round of storms will be through the early to mid afternoon hours. Storms that form will be scattered, and have the highest chance at bringing heavy downpours between 12pm and 5pm. Damaging wind gusts and hail could also form in isolated cells. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted areas south of Hwy. 64 in the Slight Risk for severe weather this afternoon. A widespread damaging wind event could evolve well to our south.

INTERACTIVE: Wisconsin Weather Radar

By this evening it will be dry. You also will get a glance at the sun by the end of the day for a start of a great night. Skies will go mostly clear and humidity will slowly drop through tonight. The low is 56 degrees.

Very comfortable again for Tuesday. You’ll see lots of sunshine with temperatures returning to the low 80s.


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