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Storms Soon & Temps Tumble Tuesday

We're about to see some big changes after a beautifully warm, mainly dry weekend.  A cold front to our Northwest will make slow but deliberate progress into our area through the night.  As it approaches, the growing instability will trigger some showrers and thunderstorms.  At this point, it appears anything potentially severe will remain to our Northwest an weaken substantially before getting into our neighborhoods.  Still, we could experience frequent lightning, strong wind gusts, some small hail, and heavy downpours.  The boundary will sink just to our South Monday morning in Northern Illinois remaining close enough to yield a risk for more wet weather early tomorrow before some breaks of sun develop in the afternoon.  Temperatures will be cooler but still above average in the low to mid 60s tomorrow, but dip again back into the mid 50s as the new air mass settles in Tuesday.  That decline will be brief as the system lifts back through Southeast Wisconsin as a warm front triggering more showers and storms Tuesday into Wednesday morning.  Temperatures for the second half of the week should return into the very warm 70s.

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