Hot and humid tomorrow with storms likely, some severe
A cold front sweeping through the area tomorrow will be our next weather maker. Ahead of the front, warmer air and an influx of moisture will stream in. This combo will lead to showers and thunderstorms which could turn severe. The Storm Prediction Center has out a *slight risk* of severe storms for all of southeastern Wisconsin. The main threats will be large hail and damaging winds; however, with the moisture content available, heavy rain will have to be watched closely.
The timing looks to be tomorrow afternoon and evening for the firing of storms. The storm development could lag a little and hence storms might linger into the overnight. Flash flooding or very heavy rainfall doesn’t appear to be likely, but most areas could pick up a quick 0.50”-1.00” of rainfall from any storm. With any severe weather situation, a tornado or two will not be out of the question. But tornadoes are at a lower risk.
Highs will soar into the mid and upper 80s with dew points in the 70s on Wednesday. It will be a one day wonder for these conditions. Once the front is through by Thursday, temperatures will top out in the 70s through early this weekend.