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Lows tonight under mostly cloudy skies will be in the mid 60s with higher humidity, and the warmer and more humid air sticks around for Saturday with highs in the mid 80s. Showers and scattered storms are likely throughout the day on Sunday as the cold front makes its way through the state. Highs will be near 80, and a bit breezy, and most of the rain hits in the afternoon. Monday and Tuesday will be sunny and cooler with highs in the lower 70s. Temperatures stay in the seventies for all of next week. Milwaukee recorded the warmest temperature for the summer on Tuesday when the maximum hit 89 degrees. The first ninety of summer was recorded in many locations across the state with 91 degrees at Appleton, 91 at Green Bay and Oshkosh, 90 at Manitowoc and Sturgeon Bay, and 90 at Wisconsin Rapids. Madison, Eau Claire, La Crosse and Chicago also recorded nineties on Tuesday. While this summer has been cooler than normal with hot weather non-existent, just two years ago in the summer of 2012 we were boiling. Green Bay for example recorded twenty-two days during that summer season with high temperatures at or above ninety degrees. Milwaukee during their warmest summer on record recorded a total of nineteen days with high temperatures above ninety degrees. Chicago recorded eighteen days at or above ninety in July of 2012 and forty-six for the whole summer season!

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