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Scattered showers, storms continue overnight

After a spectacular stretch of weather for the holiday weekend, we have some dramatic changes on the way.  A strong Southerly wind flow will drive higher humidity into Southeast Wisconsin along with more temperatures in the 80's.  The higher dew points and added moisture will be noticeable as the clouds continue to get thicker ahead of a distinct cold front coming at us from the Northwest.  The leading edge of cooler air and growing instability in the heat of the afternoon will trigger additional showers and thunderstorms as we head toward the evening hours.  Some heavy downpours and high winds are possible in the stronger storms with a slight risk of severe weather.  That threat would be primarily damaging winds and hail, especially South of I-94.  More widespread rainfall will cover our neighborhoods during the nighttime hours.  The last drops should depart early Tuesday morning as high pressure pushes back into the region helping to scour out the atmosphere.  We can expect decreasing clouds and more sunshine by Tuesday afternoon along with much cooler temperatures.  Falling dew points will also lead to more comfortable humidity levels.  Meantime the core of the new air mass will settle in midweek leading to sunny skies and even chillier temperatures for this time of year.  Some locations may not get out of the 60s tomorrow and Wednesday.

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