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Thank you for stopping by the Weather Watch 12 blog. Just a quick update today. Rain chances are still in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday, but it won’t be all day rains, and some areas may miss the rain one of the days.
Most of the models have backed off a bit with the rain for Saturday…keep it south, and north of southeast Wisconsin. I still think some showers are possible, but there will be many more dry hours than hours with rain.
The latest RPM forecast isn’t too excited about rain for Saturday. Here is how much rain the model is expecting. Again this is just for Saturday. Click to enlarge the image.
With a warm front just south of the area on Sunday, a chance of showers and t-storms will stay in the forecast. To track rain any time of day or night just click on the interactive radar, you can zoom or move the radar to your desired location. Give it a try!
By Monday, a warm front will lift north of Milwaukee and Waukesha in the morning. By afternoon it will be breezy, warm/hot, and more humid. Highs should top out somewhere around 90 in most spots. Again areas along the lake in Ozaukee and Sheboygan counties will be cooler.
The ‘unofficial’ start of summer will sure feel like it come Monday!
Make sure to check back on Saturday for an in-depth look at the warm-up for Monday and how it relates to the overall weather pattern!
Have a happy and safe weekend!