All or nothing rainfall across southeast Wisconsin over the last two weeks

Lawns northwest of Milwaukee got a decent drink of water yesterday, while areas south of Milwaukee didn't get more than a few drops of rain.

After a soggy first half of June, rainfall has been hard to come by over the last two weeks for many parts of southeast Wisconsin. Some spots have been lucky and have experienced a couple downpours, while others haven't had anything meaningful. 

Due to this dry stretch of weather, Milwaukee's now running about an inch below normal for rainfall this month.

After a dry day today and Thursday, our next rain chance arrives late Thursday night into Friday morning, but meaningful rainfall doesn't look too promising with it. Many of the showers and storms will be falling apart as they move through, so less than .10" of an inch of rain is expected for most of the area.

Fingers crossed some of the really dry spots get the most from this round. Otherwise prepare for another hot day Thursday with temps rising into the upper 80s to low 90s.

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