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Warm, windy and humid with strong storms possible

After just a stray chance for a shower or storm this morning it will be partly cloudy, warm, humid and windy today with a high of 88 degrees in Milwaukee, feeling like the 90s with the humidity.  Winds will be gusty from the southwest at 15-25mph.  Rain and storm chances increase this afternoon as a cold front approaches from the north, bringing a strong line of thunderstorms through southeastern Wisconsin mainly after 3pm, exiting by midnight.  This line could bring the potential for severe storms with the greatest threat being damaging wind though there may be some large hail and heavy downpours.  Most locations will see a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain with higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.


Skies will be clearing late tonight to allow the sunshine to return on Monday and the humidity will be dropping during the day behind the cold front.  It will still be a bit breezy with WNW winds at 10-15mph but the wind calms down by Tuesday when the 70s return to the forecast.  That will bring an end to our two week plus streak of consecutive days above 80 degrees.  


70s are going to stay in the forecast for the rest of the period with a chance for a stray shower or two on Wednesday but a slightly better chance for scattered showers and storms comes into the mix on Thursday, which is the first day of the Wisconsin State Fair.  Skies look to clear out for Friday and into the weekend with highs staying in the 70s.

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