Above normal temps continue both day and night

Last night was another comfortable night for sleeping with most spots dropping into the 40s besides Milwaukee and Racine.

Surprisingly, it's now been 122 days since Milwaukee has dropped into the 40s. Our last night in the 40s was on May 30th when we fell to 41°.

The longest stretch between temps in the 40s in Milwaukee is 126 days (1911), and there's a good shot we break that record as low temps are expected to be rather mild for the next several nights.

If Milwaukee is able to make it 8 more days without dropping below 50°, we'll break the record for latest first night in the 40s that was set in 2016.

Not only will we be mild at night, temps will continue to be above normal during the day as well with highs in the 70s lakeside and closer to 80 inland. Temps drop closer to normal to start next week as shower chances return.

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