Quiet week after a soggy, wet weekend
The slow-moving area of low pressure that hampered the weekend with rain showers, and snow for some, has moved to the east. Rain totals were over an inch in most sections of southeastern Wisconsin, and Mitchell received 1.32” of rainfall. The area all saw less than an inch or snowfall, including Milwaukee with 0.2”.
This week is expected to be slower for active weather with high pressure to our west. It will not clear us out completely since we are going to see flurries today, but nothing major in the department of storm systems will be carving into the region. The next threat of snow could be on Thursday; that even appears to be a slight chance for now.
Temperatures will stay below average this week dipping into the 30s early this week, then 20s later in the week. The 8-14 day outlook for temperatures from the CPC has highlighted the Midwest for above average temperatures.