Chilly start to November after Milwaukee's hottest October on record
It was a rather pleasant, yet blustery Halloween across southeast Wisconsin. Temperatures climbed into the low 50s for most of the area this afternoon once the clouds cleared out.
Although today's high was one degree below normal, we had such a hot start to the month that this October still ended up as Milwaukee's hottest on record. Through Halloween, this is Milwaukee's 2nd warmest year to date, barely trailing 2012.
That warm trend won't continue into the start of November. Temps will be below normal for most of this week with highs only topping out in the mid to upper 40s most days.
Wind will still be blustery on Monday with gusts up to 25 mph. It'll make for a rather cold start to the day with wind chills in the 20s.
Wind chills stay in the 30s for most of Monday, but winds will die down as the week goes on. Mainly dry weather is expected throughout the upcoming week. Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to see when temps may return to the 50s.