Milwaukee, WI: Sunday, February 18, 2018 06:45 PM
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Feb 18, 7:00pm - Quiet conditions continue this evening under mostly cloudy skies. Winds will continue through the evening at around 10-15mph with gusts up to 20-25mph and are expected to continue as a low pressure system approaches. The system arrives Monday, with significant rainfall expected to impact the area for most of the day with a chance for some rumbles of thunder, with more of a freezing rain risk towards the north. Rainfall continues into Tuesday with a stationary front across the state before finally pushing through in the evening, causing the rain to transition into freezing rain and potentially some snow. By Wednesday we clear out and high pressure gives us a chance to dry out into Thursday. [Austin Scheib - Innovative Weather]
Conditions: Mostly cloudy, with strong southerly winds diminishing by the evening.
Temperature: 30s °F
Wind: S 10-20mph; gusting to 30mph
Conditions: Chances for showers enter the area after midnight.
Temperature: 33 °F
Wind: S 5-15mph
Conditions: A significant system moves into the area, bringing mostly heavy rain to SE Wisconsin, with a chance to hear a few rumbles of thunder, followed by the possibility for freezing rain late.
Temperature: 42 °F
Wind: SE to NE 5-10mph
Conditions: Rain continues, with freezing rain a better possibility in the evening as we transition over to frozen precipitation, with temperatures dropping into Wednesday morning.
Temperature: 47 °F
Conditions: Mostly cloudy with a few peaks of sunshine as we stay dry and return to seasonal temperatures.
Temperature: 30 °F
Conditions: Partly sunny skies with clouds decreasing throughout the day.
Temperature: 37 °F
Milwaukee Climate Data
Yesterday High/Low: 33/18
Average High/Low: 33/20
Record High: 67 (2017)
Record Low: -17 (1936)