Happy Tuesday out there to everyone! We are looking at sunshine early on with clouds building back in for the late morning and afternoon. We stay rain-free for a number of hours but a new area of heavy rain & thunderstorms is likely to develop once again mid-late afternoon into this evening.
The main threats with these storms similar to yesterday will be the potential for them to produce strong winds and very heavy rainfall. We will be monitoring the situation as the day unfolds. Highs today land in the lower 80s. Southwest winds go between 5-15 mph.
Heavy activity diminishes to a lighter brand of rain as we go along later this evening and early overnight. Rainfall should be exiting completely by daybreak tomorrow morning.
Wednesday sees a general mix of clouds and sunshine accompanied by much less humid air and cooler temperatures in the upper 60s for daytime highs. North winds will go from 10-15 mph.
Thursday brings sunshine and mixed fair-weather cumulus clouds around Northeast Wisconsin. Daytime highs jump a couple degrees and max out in the low 70s.
Friday looks similar sky condition-wise to the two previous days which means a good offering of sunshine should be noticed. The mercury jumps a bit and heads for the upper 70s. A new system approaches but likely waits until later at night into the early morning hours of Saturday to bring back some showers and thunderstorms to our region.
Saturday begins on the damp side but the afternoon should go drier with breaks for sunshine coming back at us. Numbers climb into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Sunday appears rain-free at this time. Partly cloudy skies can be anticipated and temps will head for similar levels to Saturday in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Monday looks to be the next chance for a shower or thunderstorm under a general partly sunny sky. Highs again hit their peak not far from 80 degrees.