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High pressure overhead will continue acting as a protective shield from any unsettled weather as the atmosphere remains quite stable.  Meantime, a weak disturbance passing to our North could help to boost cloudiness just a bit, later in the day, with another reinforcing blast of cold air bringing in even more clouds and chillier temperatures again tonight and tomorrow.  Another area of high pressure arrives from the North and we'll continue dry through the rest of the work week with temperatures moderating back to near 70 degrees Friday with winds shifting to a more Southerly direction.  Meantime, even warmer temperatures and more moisture return by Friday night into Saturday when our mercury could top out in the upper 70s again.  A cold front will trigger some scattered showers and storms then, too.  We'll dry off in time for the tail end of the weekend.

Pleasant autumn weather conditions continue Thursday and right through the weekend, although a northeast wind will take those temperatures down a few degrees in eastern Wisconsin. After a high temperature near seventy degrees on Wednesday, high temperatures drop to about sixty Thursday, but will soar back to seventy on Friday. Temperatures this weekend will be in the seventies, with a chance for a thunderstorm on Saturday in Milwaukee.

Autumn doesn’t begin until September 23rd this year, so we are still in astronomical summer in the northern hemisphere. During this past summer season if you look at the months of June, July and August were cooler than normal for Wisconsin and the Milwaukee area. The eastern part of the country was cooler also, with no major heat waves from New York to Atlanta. Take Baltimore, for example. Summers there are generally warm and humid with many days in the nineties, similar to Washington, D.C. if you have ever traveled there in the middle of summer.


 All three summer months were cooler than normal in Baltimore, similar to our summer season. During this summer season the first ninety degree day in August didn’t arrive until the last day of the month. There were more days in the seventies than nineties, and more nights in the fifties than days in the nineties.

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