Stretch of 70s continue into the weekend

It's shaping up to be another fantastic late fall day across southeast Wisconsin now that the clouds have cleared out of the area. Temperatures as of 11 am are in the low to mid 60s, which is a couple of degrees cooler than we were this time yesterday. 

With the warm air mass in place, we'll make a run at 70 degrees once again today, but will likely come up short of the record high. However, we remain on record watch in Milwaukee for both Friday and Saturday when temps will be a bit warmer.

If we hit 70° today, it would be our 3rd 70° day in a row, which would tie the longest stretch of 70s on record in November for Milwaukee. 

In fact, it would be longer than any stretch of 70s we had this past October! The most consecutive days Milwaukee had at 70°+ in October was 2 days (happened 3 different times).

Even if we don't hit 70° today, we'll likely tie the record for most 70° days in November (record is 4 days from 2016) as highs are expected to be in the low 70s through Monday.

However a cold front will move through next Tuesday and bring temps back into the 40s and 50s for the rest of next week. See how cool we'll be and if there are any more chances for rain by downloading the CBS 58 Ready Weather App. 

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