Frosty Saturday turns to rainy Sunday

Most of southeast Wisconsin experienced their first frost of the season Saturday morning. A few inland spots even got down to freezing. Milwaukee was the only local city to stay out of the 40s. 

After a sunny start Saturday, the clouds rolled in and they won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Rain will arrive Saturday night, mainly after 10 p.m. What will start as scattered light showers will be fairly steady overnight and into Sunday morning. Most of southeast Wisconsin can expect a soaking half inch of rain by around noon on Sunday. 

Keep the umbrella with you during the afternoon on Sunday, but some will get a nice dry break. 

Another round of rain starts moving in early Monday morning with scattered showers and storms expected most of the day. As temperatures warm back above-average in the upper 60s some strong thunderstorms may be possible, especially Monday afternoon. 

Heavy rain will be likely on Monday with one to two additional inches of rain possible. Some local rivers are still running high so the additional heavy rain could cause minor river flooding by the end of Monday. 

More chances for rain and storms are forecast throughout the week as our weather pattern changes from summery to autumn-like. Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the rain through the interactive radar.

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