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Hot & humid Tuesday

Today will be the warmest day of the year so far with highs near 90 degrees across southeastern Wisconsin.  When you factor in high dew points in the low 70s however, it will feel even warmer with heat index values in the mid to upper 90s so stay hydrated if you are going to be outdoors for long.  A cold front swings through late this afternoon and evening, sparking off a few isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, some may be strong to severe with heavy downpours, hail and strong wind gusts possible.  Rain chances end overnight and skies will be clearing heading into Wednesday.

 
The humidity and temps both drop for the middle of the week with low 70s and sunshine both Wednesday and Thursday.  Wednesday will feel cooler due to a breezy NNE wind sustained at 10-20 mph.  Temperatures and the dew points begin to increase on Friday with mid-70s and sunshine expected.
 
This weekend will feel more like July again with highs back in the upper-70s and low 80s and scattered shower and storm chances throughout the weekend, though it won't be a washout.  Another midweek dip in high temps is expected behind these showers and storms that will linger into Monday.
 
The hot and steamy conditions from Tuesday have moved east and now cooler, drier air rolls in and will stick around for a couple of days. Wednesday’s winds will be off Lake Michigan so temperatures will continue to remain below normal for the next few days, as they have for much of this month in Milwaukee. Sunshine will be plentiful at times Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in Milwaukee. The chance for thunderstorms should return for the weekend.
 
The high temperature in Milwaukee soared to eighty-nine degrees yesterday, and with the dew points in the mid-seventies it was certainly not only the warmest day of the year but the most uncomfortable day of the summer. So far during this summer season Milwaukee has failed to hit ninety degrees or warmer. There were a few locations that recorded their first ninety degree temperature of the summer on Tuesday. Madison’s thermometer jumped to 93 degrees, with the previous warmest temperature hitting only eighty-eight degree which was recorded twice in June. Green Bay hit the first ninety of their summer season with a high temperature of ninety-one degrees.
 
La Crosse hit ninety-one degrees yesterday for their second straight day in the nineties, while Eau Claire hit ninety degrees for the first time on Monday. Rhinelander hasn’t hit ninety degrees so far this summer.

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