Milwaukee, WI: Thursday, June 22, 2017 03:45 PM
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6/22 6:45pm - We remain mild and muggy in much of the Milwaukee area with temps in the mid 70s and dewpoints in the mid to upper 60s. It feels like rain and in a couple more hours, a cold front will likely give us more rain chances including thunderstorms, especially after 9pm tonight. While isolated sprinkles and light showers are possible around SE Wisconsin, the heavy activity is most likely to come in with the front, which will move slowly to the south between about 9pm and 4am Friday morning when most of the rain will fall. A few strong storms can't be ruled out early on along with some heavy downpours. A nice Friday coming up with lower dewpoints and temps to near 80 before the cold air from Canada once again wins out this weekend. [Mike Westendorf - Innovative Weather]
Conditions: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid. Sct'd showers and storms develop later this evening and early tonight - a few strong storms possible.
Temperature: Mid 70s to low 80s °F
Wind: SW 10-15 mph
Conditions: Strong to severe tstorms through the evening, lingering into the overnight hours. Rain to follow through much of the night.
Temperature: 66 °F
Wind: SW 10-15 mph
Conditions: Mainly sunny, a bit breezy and becoming less humid.
Temperature: Near 80 °F
Wind: W inc. 10-20 mph
Conditions: Morning sunshine, increasing clouds with a chance for sct'd showers or isolated storms late.
Temperature: Around 70 °F
Conditions: Partly to mostly cloudy, sct'd showers redevelop once again.
Temperature: 68 °F
Conditions: A chance for sct'd showers, unseasonably cool.
Temperature: 67 °F
Milwaukee Climate Data
Yesterday High/Low: 74/57
Average High/Low: 78/60
Record High: 97 (1911)
Record Low: 38 (1963)