Milwaukee, WI: Tuesday, May 22, 2018 03:13 AM
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*** DENSE FOG ADVISORY for lakeshore counties until 7am Tuesday, including the city of Milwaukee ***
May 22 3:30am - Dense fog is the story once again this morning for southeastern counties and will continue through the morning hours until around 10am this morning. Otherwise expect quiet conditions for the remainder of the day following the fog with conditions turning partly sunny. Temperatures will still be a bit on the cooler side, with lakeside areas reaching the low 60s while areas further inland near Madison reach the mid to upper 60s. By Wednesday and Thursday conditions dry back out with some partial sunshine by the end of the week when 80s become more of a widespread possibility. Our next concern will arrive Friday with some potential strong storms moving into the area. [Andrea Honor - Innovative Weather]
Conditions: Clouds and misty conditions early, decreasing clouds later in the day.
Temperature: 67 Inland, 62 Lakeside °F
Wind: N to NE 5-15 mph
Conditions: Rain and clouds move out with calm conditions. Fog returns early Wednesday morning.
Temperature: 52 °F
Wind: N to NE 5-10 mph
Conditions: Partly to mostly sunny and becoming warmer.
Temperature: 78 Inland, 72 Lakeside °F
Wind: W ~5 mph
Conditions: Partly cloudy and quiet.
Temperature: 80 Inland, 75 Lakeside °F
Conditions: Moslty sunny to start with a chance for T-Storms in the afternoon.
Temperature: 83 °F
Conditions: Partly sunny with another slight chance for showers and T-Storms in the afternoon.
Temperature: 82 °F
Milwaukee Climate Data
Yesterday High/Low: 54/45
Average High/Low: 67/48
Record High: 91 (1925)
Record Low: 33 (1963)