80s Are Back This Week. Two Times.

If you are like me, you are tired of pictures like this. Day after day of clouds.

This is a picture from the top of the US Bank building from one of our weather watch 12 cameras. Now check out how close the clearing line is:

Skies are finally starting to clear as a warm front moves through the area. This is pushing the scattered showers out of the area and temperatures are about to get a lot warmer. Temperatures will hold steady or slowly rise tonight with a nice southerly push of warm and moist air. Take a look at how warm it is just to our south.

Click on the above image to enlarge it and check out all the 80s in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri. That is what we will enjoy for tomorrow. The only fly in the ointment is the possibility of strong to severe storms as a cold front barges in late in the day. The Storm Prediction Center has southern Wisconsin in part of the slight risk tomorrow. The biggest threats would be large hail and damaging winds.

After the cold front moves through, Wednesday will be much cooler with highs in the upper 60s. However, the cold front turns back into a warm front on Thursday and temps will be back in the 80s. Enjoy the wild ride.



One Response

  1. Enjoy. Forecasting nightmare. Fortunately [I guess], we stay in the warm sector to the south, but sorta warm for this time of year with dew points still pushing 73 degrees on Thurs.

    I am ready for some reasonable weather..I suppose it will come soon enough. I am storing this warm weather, as it will be getting cold soon. And maybe staying colder than normal?

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