Sprinkles and flurries possible Monday afternoon
It was all about the wind on Sunday with peak wind gusts from 45-55 mph in most locations. And it wasn't just windy for a brief period of time. A wind advisory was in effect for nearly the entire day. The wind is still a bit breezy Monday morning with gusts to 20 or 25 mph but should continue to come down throughout the day.
After starting with sunshine Monday morning we will see the clouds move in and expect a partly to mostly cloudy sky for much of the day. That cloud cover is thanks to a cold front that will push across southeast Wisconsin during the afternoon and early evening. The front will drop temps a bit was we head into Tuesday and also gives us a chance at some sprinkles and flurries for Monday afternoon into the early evening.
Don't be surprised if you see some raindrops on your windshield or a few flurries when the kids get out of school or heading home from work Monday evening but accumulation is not expected. After Monday's chance for sprinkles and flurries, Tuesday and Wednesday look completely dry which is a trend that lasts through the end of the work week. Rain is likely for the weekend.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the sprinkles and flurries for Monday.