Storm Team 4: Rain, storms developing in Milwaukee on Monday

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  • After a very pleasant Fall weekend, we're about to enter a rather unsettled stretch with remarkably warm temperatures.

  • Southerly winds will significantly boost moisture in the atmosphere around our region. That combined with some support from the jet stream and an approaching warm front will kick off showers and thunderstorms through Monday.

  • The wet weather will persist into the night and linger into Tuesday. As that warm front lifts to our North, temperatures will rise into the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday. Wednesday will be a mainly dry day as we await a powerful cold front which will trigger more showers and storms on Thursday and much chillier temperatures by the end of the week.

  • Today: Mostly cloudy and warm with showers and thunderstorms developing | High: Near 62 | Wind: SE 5-10 mph

  • Tonight: Warm with more showers, thunderstorms, and patchy dense fog | Low: Near 55 | Wind: SSE 5-10 mph

  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and very warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms | High: Near 72 | Wind: SSW 7-15 mph

  • Tuesday night: Partly to mostly cloudy and very warm | Low: Near 60 | Wind: SSW 7-12 mph

  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy and very warm | High: Near 75