Mainly dry Labor Day followed by stormy First Day of School
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Although a few sprinkles can't be ruled out for Labor Day, for the majority of southeast Wisconsin it will be a dry day. Temperatures will be warmer than this past weekend with highs in the upper 70s.
Our mostly dry sky changes drastically for Tuesday. A round of storms with heavy rain and lots of lightning and strong wind is likely in the morning. A second round could develop in the afternoon.
The storms on Tuesday could be strong to severe as the line moves across the state. Almost all of southeast Wisconsin is under the slight risk for severe weather for Tuesday with damaging wind as the main threat.
Unfortunately the stormy weather doesn't come at a great time. Tuesday is back to school day for most of southeast Wisconsin. Make sure the students have the rain jacket and umbrella at the bus stop in the morning and they made need it again in the afternoon.
Have you kids with phones download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app so they can track the rain with the interactive radar. You can zoom in right to your house or bus stop.