Few flurries possible Sunday otherwise mainly dry weather continues
The clouds cover was a bit more expansive today than originally though, which held back temperatures a couple of degrees. Highs topped out in the mid to upper 30s in most spots, but Kenosha snuck in a 40.
Despite the cloud cover, we have stayed dry once again. We’ve had quite a remarkable amount of dry weather over the last 5 weeks in southeast Wisconsin. Milwaukee has only had measurable precipitation 6 of the last 40 days!
We aren’t expecting any measurable precipitation on Sunday, but a few flurries or sprinkles are possible as an upper level disturbance rotates through the area. Some of those flurries could linger into Sunday night, but dry weather will return for Monday and Tuesday with more sunshine each day.
With a few upper level disturbances moving through the state at times early in the week, temps will be held in the mid to upper 30s, but a nice warm up is in store by the middle of next week. Highs could make a run at 50 degrees under mostly sunny skies on Wednesday.
We could finally see some wet weather moves into the area by the end of next week, but it’s too far out for any specific details. Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to track the cloud cover and flurries to end the weekend.