Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday Storm Threat

A few showers and storms have been developing in southern Wisconsin early this morning, ahead of our next cold front. Warm air moving in ahead of the front brings a bit of instability that will fuel a few widely scattered showers and storms through the early afternoon. Many will end up staying dry today, but in any storm that passes, there will be some embedded heavy downpours. As the front shifts to the south later this afternoon, it shifts the axis of storm development.

While a lingering shower is possible around 2-3pm, overall we stay fairly dry with storms focused south of I-80. It will still be a muggy day will highs in the 80's and dew points in the mid 60's.

We have more of an isolated threat for a storm or two on your fourth of July holiday, with most of the Stateline remaining muggy but dry.

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