Southeastern Wisconsin Braces for Humid Week, Potential Storms Ahead


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Milwaukee, WI – Milwaukee residents can expect gusty northwest winds today, bringing a brief period of pleasant temperatures lasting into Monday. However, the weather is set to change as the week progresses, with temperatures rising and humidity levels increasing.

According to the US National Weather Service Milwaukee, the city will experience warmer and more humid conditions throughout the rest of the week. The forecast predicts temperatures peaking at 84°F on Wednesday, with highs remaining in the upper 70s to low 80s for the remainder of the week.

While the start of the week will be relatively calm, there is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday and Friday. The increase in humidity and temperature could contribute to these weather events, making it essential for residents to stay prepared for potential storms.

Above-normal temperatures are expected to persist through mid-June, marking a shift from the cooler, pleasant weather of early June. Residents should take necessary precautions to stay cool and hydrated as the humidity rises.

Stay tuned to local weather updates and advisories from the US National Weather Service Milwaukee for the latest information and potential weather warnings.


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