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Fine Friday, Soggy Saturday, Sun for Sunday

After Thursday's clouds and highs near 60, today is sunny and mild with highs in the lower 70s. The only issue is the gusty southerly wind up to 25 mph.

This evening will be windy but mild with temperatures in the mid 60s.  Rain showers move in well after midnight and that threat for showers continues through Saturday.  
Tomorrow is not a washout, but scattered showers and storms are possible, especially in the afternoon.  In fact, with highs near 80, gusty SW winds and higher humidity, SE Wisconsin is under a slight risk for severe storms Saturday afternoon.
Showers end Saturday night as the cold front passes through the area, and with the winds shifting to the NW, lows will drop into the 50s.
Sunday is sunny, breezy and cooler with highs in the upper 60s.
Next week looks gorgeous with lots of sun all week, highs near 70 and low humidity...finally!!!
The weekend will start out summer-like and turn autumn-like by Sunday, but both days should be pretty nice in southeast Wisconsin. A widely scattered shower or thunderstorm is possible Saturday, but I don’t expect an all day washout. Temperatures will soar to eighty degrees in Milwaukee, and then drop back into the upper-sixties on Sunday behind a cold front. Next week looks pretty nice in Milwaukee also with sunny skies and high temperatures between sixty-six and seventy-two degrees.

The severe weather season is waning in Wisconsin as the Gulf of Mexico moisture starts to get cut off by this time of the year. So far this year there have been twenty tornadoes documented in Wisconsin, three below the annual average of twenty-three. While September isn’t a big tornado month, there have been a few tornado events across the state. The month with the most tornadoes is June, followed by July, then May and August. September is number five on the list for most tornadoes reported across the state.

On this date in 1972 there was a tornado outbreak across southern Wisconsin. Four F1 tornadoes touched down in Dane, Dodge, Lafayette and Green lake counties with path lengths between one and three miles. Damage was estimated between twenty-five and two hundred thousand dollars in those four counties.




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