Off and on showers return throughout the weekend
After a sunny and pleasant end to the work week, clouds and rounds of showers and a few isolated storms will return off and on throughout the weekend.
There will be some dry time throughout the weekend, so it won't be a complete washout. Lingering dry air will eat away at a lot of the incoming shower activity, but spotty showers can't be ruled out once we move into the afternoon and evening.
Some steadier rain looks to move in Saturday night into Sunday morning. After a bit of a break for some of us, a few scattered showers and storms will be possible Sunday evening and night.
Any showers that are able to linger into Monday will likely be in the morning with drier air pushing the rain south in the afternoon. Overall, between .25-.75" of rain is possible along and south of I-94 over the next few days, with totals closer to an inch or more expected closer to the Fox Valley where rain may be a bit steadier for longer periods of time.
Although lawns and gardens could use a little rain, thankfully we aren't desperate for it like we were this time last year! Milwaukee was running over five and a half inches below normal this time last year. With the off and on showers on the way, we don't need to worry about our current one inch deficit.
With clouds and showers will keep temps on the cooler side this weekend with most of the area topping out in the mid to upper 60s.
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