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Cooler and Less Humid

After a humid weekend with scattered downpours on Sunday, Monday is cooler, less humid, breezy and very quiet with highs in the lower 70s and just a few clouds.

Tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows dropping back into the 50s, and then we are stuck in a weather pattern that is comfortable, yet a bit unsettled.  Highs will get back into the upper 70s starting on Tuesday and stay there through the weekend.  Humidity levels will stay very comfortable, but there will be enough moisture and instability in the atmosphere for clouds to develop with the afternoon heating each day this week with scattered showers or an isolated t'storm to develop.
Severe weather is not expected, and these will be the typical summer "popcorn showers" that develop so not everyone will see the rain and these will be quick downpours.  
The state of the State Fair on Thursday looks very comfortable, but there will be that chance of a few showers.

After a couple of days with temperatures in the eighties this weekend in Milwaukee more autumn-like air has settled across the state. It seems like we have experienced one Canadian air mass after another summer as the jet stream still favors a northwest flow. Temperatures will stay in the seventies Tuesday and for all week but the humidity will remain at comfortable levels. The other weather factor for much of this week is the chance for afternoon and evening isolated, brief showers as cold air settles in a few thousand feet overhead.

The second month of the summer season is coming to an end later this week and so far the weather pattern across the country is still the same as it was in spring. The upper air and jet stream pattern in general favors the northwest and so we continue to drag down cool air masses. The Great Lakes are finally warming up but still well below where they should be for this time of the summer season.

While the Midwest and Great Lake states are cooler than normal, the western part of the United States is still hot and dry. From San Diego north to Seattle the weather has been above normal temperature-wise and below normal for precipitation since the beginning of the year.

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