With a warm front well to our North and high pressure taking over, stronger Southwest winds will send a resurgent mini heat wave back into Southeast Wisconsin. Readings which have reached triple digits in the Central Plains will build into our region Today and Tuesday. The rising mercury and gradually increasing dew points will lift heat indices up to 105 degrees for a time. The very limited showers and storms over the weekend have done very little to eliminate the growing problems associated with drought conditions. Low pressure will drag a cool front through the area late Tuesday leading to some additional scattered precipitation, particularly Tuesday night into Wednesday, but another dry stretch will take hold after that.
Have a great week ahead!