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  • Showers Tonight

    The forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin is for increasing clouds and scattered showers and isolated T'storms to develop overnight with low sin the mid 40s. The chance for a few showers will redevelop Tuesday afternoon with highs in the upper 50s along the lake and mid to upper 60s west of Waukesha. A NE wind will cool the lakefront to near 50 by afternoon under a mostly cloudy sky.

  • A Chance of T'storms Tonight

    The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of the daytime hours Monday should be quiet. Again, we're not going to get very warm thanks to the persistent breeze off of Lake Michigan. Get away from the Lake to warm up. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs will top out in the low-50's by Lake Michigan but low-60's well inland.

  • Breezy and cooler by the lake

    As breezy winds continue to flow off of Lake Michigan, temperatures will continue to be cooler right along side it; 40s expected today at the lakefront. Temperatures inland will be slightly warmer: 56° in Waukesha and inland. Skies will vary from mostly sunny to partly cloudy at times.

  • Still Cooler by the Lake, Monday

    The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Saturday night will be fairly quiet for the night besides a slight chance of a sprinkle. Overnight lows will be around 40.

  • Patchy fog to start then partly cloudy skies and slightly warmer temps

    After a few early morning showers and isolated thunderstorms along the Illinois border and some patchy fog, we'll see partly to mostly cloudy dry skies. Temperatures will be warmer than Saturday but still cooler by Lake Michigan thanks to a constant light wind off the lake. Highs lakeside will top out around 56° but it will be much warmer inland, 62° in Waukesha and even 70s possible the further west you go. Tonight will be mild with mostly cloudy skies and low dropping only into the low 40s.

  • Warmer Sunday, Especially West

    The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Saturday night will be fairly quiet for the evening. It's overnight, a warm front is slowly going to be approaching the area. As it does, we could see and overnight shower or T'storm. Nothing should last all night if we'd see anything at all. Lows will be in the upper-30's with patchy fog.

  • Average for the last day of this mild March

    March will be a month to remember with six record high temperatures including the warmest day in March ever recorded. But the last day of this unforgettable month will actually be close to normal with highs in the upper 40s lakeside and 50s inland. We'll start off with more cloud cover and eventually see partly cloudy skies by the afternoon hours. Tonight temperatures don't drop too far, 44° in Milwaukee with a chance for a few showers and even a thunderstorm possible after midnight.

  • Some sunshine and warmer air for the weekend...

    Tonight will be cloudy and cool and humid with low temperatures in the mid to upper-30's. The clouds will slowly break early on Saturday and the winds will go more southeast and that will start a warm-up in Milwaukee. Temperatures on Saturday will be around fifty degrees near the lake to around sixty degrees well inland. A warm front may bring a few showers or thunderstorms into southeast Wisconsin Saturday night or early on Sunday. The front passes through on Sunday bringing high temperatures into the seventies inland on Sunday.

  • Fall Day

    After early morning T'storms, the forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha, SE Wisconsin is for clouds, a brisk NE wind and highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s. Wind chills will be in the 20s at times. Lows tonight will remain in the mid 30s with patchy inland frost possible.

  • Friday starts out very wet for Milwaukee with showers and thunderstorms...

    Clouds will cover southeast Wisconsin by midnight and then showers and thunderstorms follow after 2 or 3 am. Low temperatures will will bottom out in the mid to upper-30's and then rise a bit before dawn with the area of rain. Temperatures will remain cool on Friday with scattered showers or thunderstorms around mainly in the morning. Mostly cloudy skies will continue for the remainder of Friday and into Friday night. A warm-up returns for the weekend with mid-fifties and some sunshine on Saturday and high temperatures in the seventies on Sunday.

  • Cool Day...Rainy Night

    The forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin is for some sunshine, lighter winds off the lake and highs back to normal for late March..upper 40s along the lake and 50s inland.

  • Rain Moves in Later Tonight

    The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for your Thursday should be dry. It's going to be a little cooler than we've been used to this past month with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs will top out in the mid-40's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures, and mid-50's for our inland areas and Waukesha temperatures.

  • Thursday will be colder and then followed by rain Thursday night...

    Tonight the winds start to calm down and under a mostly clear sky, temperatures will drop close to freezing inland, so some patchy frost is possible. Temperatures by the lake will only be slightly warmer, about 35 degrees in Milwaukee. Thursday will have plenty of sunshine but temperatures stay seasonably cool with highs in the forties near the lake and mid-fifties inland. The rain starts to move in late Thursday night with rain and thunderstorms possible and that pattern continues on Friday. We could see a half inch to one inch of new rain by Friday evening. The weekend is looking dry and warmer for Milwaukee.

  • Patchy Frost Tonight

    The forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin is for sunshine, gusty NW winds and highs back in the 60s today before colder air returns tonight with the threat of patchy frost, especially away from the lake. With all the trees, shrubs and flowers budding and blooming, this frost could be damaging so cover up the plants you want to save. This won't be a hard freeze, but vegetation is very fragile right now.

  • Still windy but mild for March

    We'll see one more day with temperatures in the 60s in southeast Wisconsin with mostly sunny skies. The winds will still be strong from the WNW at 15-20mph, and some gusts will reach 30mph so it won't quite feel like 62°. Tonight the winds start to calm down and under partly cloudy skies, temperatures will drop close to freezing inland, so some patchy frost is possible. Temperatures by the lake will only be slightly warmer, 36° in Milwaukee.

  • One more mild but windy day with high temperatures in the sixties...

    The storms are staying south tonight so look for partly to mostly cloudy skies and mild air for Milwaukee. Wednesday will be a bit windy with high temperatures around 62 degrees. Skies will be clear to partly Wednesday night and temperatures will drop into the low to mid-thirties, which means frost is possible. Thursday will be cool again with sunshine and high temperatures in the upper-forties while rain rolls in for Thursday night and Friday.

  • Warm Front

    The forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin is for gusty southerly winds up to 35 mph and highs eventually getting into the 60s late this afternoon with a warm front. There is still a slight chance for isolated showers to develop this afternoon and evening. Lows tonight will drop into the 40s, and tomorrow will be in the lower 60s with sunshine and a strong WNW wind up to 30 mph.

  • Warmer but windy with a chance for afternoon storms

    After a quick punch of reality Monday, southeastern Wisconsin will return to the incredibly mild March weather we've seen this year. Temperatures jump up 20-25 degrees into the mid-60s today as a warm front moves through. It will be windy with southerly winds at 15-20mph, gusting over 30mph at times. A cold front follows quickly behind and will spark off a chance for showers and thunderstorms mainly after 2pm. Rain comes to an end tonight and skies will start to clear. Temperatures will be mild, in the 40s under a breezy SW wind.

  • Warmer air returns to southeast Wisconsin on Tuesday...

    Monday started off cooler than normal for only the fourth time this month, but more mild air rolls back in for Tuesday and Wednesday. The warmer air touches off a few showers Monday night and develops mostly cloudy skies for the same time period and also on Tuesday. Strong southerly winds will bring in warm air that will take temperatures into the middle sixties for Tuesday although the wind will make it feel a little cooler than that in Milwaukee. There is a chance for thunderstorms developing on Tuesday afternoon across southern Wisconsin. Mild air continues on Wednesday although again brisk westerly winds will make it feel a bit cooler than that for Milwaukee.

  • Back to Normal

    We have been so spoiled this March with summer weather, but the forecast for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin is for temperatures back in the 40s and a brisk NE wind dropping wind chills into the 20s. Clouds will be on the increase and there is a slight chance for afternoon showers well west of Milwaukee.

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