Now this is more like it. Finally, a nice and sunny day. Our high was 66 in Milwaukee. That actually is two degrees below average, but it felt much better than most of the spring. We had some interesting fog right along the lakeshore today. Here is a picture from the rooftop of the US Bank building this evening.
If it looks like a cloud that is exactly what it is. Fog is just a cloud that is located on or near the ground. Take a look from our camera shooting toward the Allen Bradley clock tower.
The fog has been hanging along the lakeshore all day. We have a cool slideshow that shows the fog as well.
Now let’s focus on the weekend. I’ll start with the good news. It will be way better than last weekend as temperatures will be in the 70s and low 80s. Here are the highs as shown on the RPM model. Let’s start with Saturday.
Saturday will have highs in the 70s across the area. It will be a little cooler right next to the lake.
Sunday will be even warmer with highs expected especially inland. The key will be timing the rainfall. We have showers and storms in the forecast both on Saturday and Sunday. The better chances for rain and storms will be in the afternoon on both days. There is a very slight risk of severe storms both days. Here is the late afternoon forecast for Saturday.
If you have yard work or baseball games on Saturday morning you should be ok. Later in the afternoon, showers and storms will be likely. Sunday will be very similar, but Sunday will bring more sunshine. Here is the Sunday evening forecast.
Don’t change your weekend plans due to the rain. Work around it and enjoy the warmer weekend.