Dense fog advisory before possible record highs in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE - A dense fog advisory is in effect for all of Southeastern Wisconsin until 9:00 a.m. Monday.
After a foggy start to this Monday, temperatures will climb close to the record high of 64 degrees set back in 1998. It will be cloudy though there may be a few peaks of sunshine through the middle of the day and the wind stays breezy from the south at 10-15mph.
A cold front swings through mainly after 5pm this evening, bringing a chance of rain showers and even a few thunderstorms through southeast Wisconsin along the front. Most locations will catch a tenth of an inch to a quarter inch of rain in the bucket with drier and clearing skies moving in overnight.
Tuesday will still be breezy but it will look better thanks to mostly sunny skies, high temperatures stay mild in the low 50s. Then we finally return to more December-like weather with overnight lows dipping into the 20s overnight and highs struggling to even hit 40 degrees on Wednesday.
Another warm front brings 40s and rain showers back into the forecast for Thursday and into Friday morning.
Monday's Storm Team 4Cast from Jesse Ritka:
Today: Foggy start then mostly cloudy, warm and breezy, afternoon/evening rain and possibly a T'storm.
Wind: S 10-15 mph, Gusting to 25mph.
Tonight: Rain and T'storm chances end then clearing skies, mild and breezy.
New rainfall totals: 0.10" - 0.25".
Wind: SW 10-15 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy and mild.
Wind: W 10-15 mph.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear and seasonable.
Low: 28 lakefront... 25 Waukesha & inland.
Wind: NW 5-15 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and colder but still seasonable.
Wind: Bec. E 5-10 mph.