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Scattered T'storms Today

The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Thursday will be a little active in spots at times. We will get this first batch of scattered storms through earilier in the afternoon, then there will only be a chance of rain after that. Highs will top out in the upper-70's for Milwaukee's temperature and our lakefront communities and low-80's for Waukesha's temperature and inland areas. Current model data is all over the place (like it has been with all of this) for tonight. The High Res model keeps us fairly quiet for most of the night, but the larger scale, longer-term models have some development. I'm keeping in the chance of storms for tonight. It will be mild and muggy with overnight lows will be in the upper-60's. There is another chance of rain for Friday, but if we'd see anything at all, it wouldn't last all day. It'll feel like the middle of summer, though with highs in the lower-80's for Milwaukee's temperature and our lakefront communities and upper-80's for Waukesha's temperature and inland areas. A slight chance of storms continues into Friday night with mild, muggy lows in the upper-60's. Get ready for a repetitive forecast. With a stationary front to our south, we have to keep the chances of storms in all through the weekend into next week. At least it will feel like summer for once. If we'd see anything, it wouldn't last all day. Highs will top out in the lower-80's for Milwaukee's temperature and our lakefront communities and upper-80's for Waukesha's temperature and inland areas. Chances of storms continue Saturday night. Still there will be a chance of a few showers or T'storms Sunday. Highs will top out in the lower-80's for Milwaukee's temperature and our lakefront communities and upper-80's for Waukesha's temperature and inland areas. Monday looks warm and humid, even by the lake. Highs will top out in the upper-80's. Tuesday looks warm and humid again with a chance of a storm.

Friday is day one of a few warm and humid days across southeast Wisconsin which will continue until Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the low to middle eighties near the lake and in the upper-eighties inland as a warm front surges through the Milwaukee area. Humidity levels remain high with dew points in the upper-sixties and low seventies in all locations. The heat index from Waukesha and west will reach the low to mid-nineties Friday. With the warm air and moisture in the atmosphere there will be chances for isolated showers and thunderstorms today and tomorrow, and early next week.

The summer of 2014 in Milwaukee has been the season without heat waves and hot temperatures. The warmest temperature for the whole summer season so far is eighty-nine degrees set back on July 22nd. There have been no short periods of dangerous heat similar to what we see at times during the warm season in southeast Wisconsin defined by heat indices above one hundred degrees.

The longest period of warm air was four days long from June 27th through July 1st with high temperatures in the eighties each day. Maximums ranged from eighty degrees to eighty-seven degrees during this period, but it wasn’t warm enough for heat advisories.

 

We could see temperatures approaching ninety degrees in Milwaukee on Monday.

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