Active weather follows a fairly quiet Labor Day holiday
Milwaukee (CBS 58)--For the most part, we get a nice Labor Day holiday to enjoy. (We could see a few showers in the morning, but they won't amount to much.) However, things change fast. A strong cold front could put a damper on the first day of school activities, especially in the morning. In fact, we'll be under a "slight" risk of severe weather on Tuesday. There's also a chance we could see some redevelopment in the afternoon but the bulk of the action should be in the morning. Gusty winds, large hail, heavy rain, and frequent lightning are all possible.
Behind this front, a real taste of fall conditions with highs only in the 60s for the middle of the week. Actually, we could even see another push of cool air for next weekend. Like I mentioned on Saturday, September 1st marks the start of meteorological fall. And looking at this forecast, I can believe it.