Showers End & One Dry Day

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Thank you for stopping by the Weather Watch 12 blog.  As advertised right here in the blog, spotty showers developed Sunday afternoon.  The showers will diminish Sunday evening as the sun sets.  And then finally, a dry day from sunrise to sunset on Monday!

The showers that popped up on Sunday were isolated and didn’t really last long, about 5-20 minutes in any one location.  But the brief downpours were enough to dampen some outdoor activites going on across the region.  Below is the radar image from around 4pm Sunday.  Little showers were over parts of Milwaukee at this time.  Just click on the image to enlarge. 

Remember to track the rain, you can always use our interactive radar.  You control what locations the radar shows.  Check it out:

www.wisn.com/irad

The tiny storms did produce some small hail around West Bend at 5:25 p.m.  The shape of the hail was unique.  This picture is from Adam Rosenberg.

Once the sun sets the showers will be history, and the focus will be on a comfortable night.  Overnight lows for some inland areas could drop to around 48 or 49 degrees!  In the city we should stay in the low 50s.  Open your windows and enjoy some ‘free air conditioning’!  Below is a forecast temperature map for 7 a.m. Monday.  A nice cool and crisp start to the day!

A much needed dry day is in store for Monday.  Not the warmest of early June days, but still nice.  Highs will be in the 60s near the lake with an onshore flow, and around 70 or a little better inland.  Dry conditions should prevail until sometime on Tuesday.  That is when the next round of rain will be possible.

Below is a forecast map from just one of many computer models we use as guidance when making a forecast.  This map is from the 18Z NAM(North American Model) and is valid for Tuesday afternoon.  A can and will change between now and then.  So check back to the blog for updates! 

Enjoy the cool and crisp weather heading into Monday.  It won’t last long…I’m still expecting highs to soar into the upper 80s and low 90s by late in the week!

Please leave any weather related thoughts and questions in the comments section of the blog and we will do our best to answer them.

Jeremy Nelson

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