Scattered storms likely on Monday in Milwaukee
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MILWAUKEE - Not only will temperatures in our area on Monday come close to the 90-degree conditions we've had for the last couple days, but humidity, storms and a cooldown could be added to the mix as well.
"It won't rain all day, but keep an umbrella close by into the early evening when the cold front finally passes through the area and gradually clears out the clouds," said Storm Team 4Caster Brian Gotter.
"You can turn off the air conditioning tonight with less humidity and lows in the 50s."
Temperatures and conditions are expected to be much more comfortable through Thursday, which happens to be Brian's "pick day" of the week.
"By Friday, highs get back to near 80 and the weekend will be in the low to mid 80s with more humidity and a chance of a few showers Sunday afternoon. It will be another beautiful and dry week."
Monday's Storm Team 4Cast from Brian Gotter:
Today: Partly to mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered T'storms likely
Wind: SW 10-15 MPH.
Tonight: Scattered evening thunderstorm, then clearing and cooler
Lows: 60 lakefront... 54 Waukesha and inland.
Wind: NW 5-15 MPH.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, cooler and less humid
Wind: NW 10-15 MPH.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear and cooler
Lows: 53 Lakefront...45 Waukesha and Inland
Wind: Light NE
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and pleasant
Highs: 68 lakefront... 76 Waukesha and inland.
Wind: SE 5-15 mph