No abnormally dry or drought conditions in southeast WI for the first time in a year and a half

In the least shocking news of the week, the latest Drought Monitor update shows Walworth and Racine counties are no longer experiencing "abnormally dry' conditions. It's the first time since March 2nd, 2021 that there's zero abnormally dry or drought conditions in southeast Wisconsin.

Despite the fact that nobody is hurting for rain right now in SE WI, there are a few spots that are still running below normal for the year.

We'll continue to dry out with no rain in the forecast today or tomorrow, but scattered showers and storms are possible by later Saturday. A better chance for rain arrives on Sunday.

In the mean time, temps will return to above normal levels for the better part of the next week with highs around 80°.

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