Heat Gives Way to Rain
It's been a lovely stretch of weather as of late. After a soggy start to the month, we've had a nice chance to dry out.Even though it's been eleven days without any measureable rain that's no where near our record dry stretch, which came around this time of the year, back in 1930. And at this point in our season I don't think many are complaining about the sunshine, which is slowly fading. In fact, tonight our sunset comes in at exactly 7pm. We won't see a sunset at 7pm again until next March! But at least we've been enjoying plenty of it lately along with seasonably warm temps. You can almost see the humidity as well, with that hazy orange sky this morning in Milwaukee. Tomorrow will continue to feature dew points near seventy degrees and temps in the middle 80s. That means get ready for another sultry day across the area! As Florence continues to break down that will allow for our weather pattern to start moving again. That cold front lurking to our northwest will get closer as we get into late tomorrow. We could already see a few rogue storms or rain showers just after sunset. Then, that boundary will stall overhead providing additional rain and storm chances through Thursday. Fortunately, we do not anticipate storms to turn severe.
I'm meteorologist Rebecca Schuld