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Not Everyone Sees Rain Tonight

CREATED Jul 14, 2012
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for tonight has a few isolated to scattered showers gradually dying out. Unfortunately, those who really want rain won't be garaunteed a shower tonight. As we lose the daytime heating, the chances of showers gradually diminish. Skies will gradually clear out tonight. Be on the lookout for the Northern Lights tonight as we're getting hit by a coronal mass ejection from the sun. Overnight lows will bottom out in the upper-60's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and mid-60's for Waukesha and inland temperatures.

Here comes the heat again for Sunday. That heat will not bring any chance of rain. Skies will be mostly sunny with highs topping out around 90 for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures before cooling down there and mid-90's for Waukesha and inland temperatures.

Sunday night will be warm and dry with overnight lows in the low-70's

Boy, is it going to be hot again on Monday and Tuesday. Monday will be mostly sunny and dry with highs in the upper-90's. That will kick up the heat indices up to 95-105 in the afternoon.

Tuesday will also be very hot as it will be almost a repeat of Monday with highs in the upper-90's.

There will be a chance of rain late Tuesday night into part of Wednesday. We still desperately need rain.

Wednesday, we'll see temperatures drop back into the low-80's.


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