As the frontal boundary which has been meandering around our region lifts back to our North we'll see temperatures soar to triple digits once again in Southeast Wisconsin. This time dew points will climb even higher reaching about 70 degrees leading to heat indices up to 110 degrees. With the front and upper atmospheric support providing enough lift and instability look for showers and thunderstorms early in the day. Even more storms, some which could be quite strong or even severe, will pop up again late in the day becoming a bit more widespread into the evening hours. Conditions will settle down just in time for the end of the week and the weekend with more comfortable temperatures, too.
Stay cool and keep an eye on the sky later!
Have a great Wednesday,