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It was a picture perfect day across southeast Wisconsin with a nice breeze, lower humidity, and temperatures in the 70s.
With highs only in the 70s today, our streak of 80° days has come to an end. Not only had the last 15 days been warmer than 80°, the last 10 days had been 85° or warmer, the 4th longest streak on record for Milwaukee.
There's been no shortage of warm weather across southeast Wisconsin since the start of meteorological summer. All of the warmth over the last 40 days has made this Milwaukee's 5th warmest start to meteorological summer.
Another pleasant day is expected on Monday, but temps will be a few degrees warmer than today.
Temps return into the mid 80s for the middle of the week, and you'll notice the humidity as well by Tuesday and Wednesday.
There's a pretty good chance hot temperatures return to the area by the end of next week into next weekend, with the 6-10 day temperature outlook favoring well above normal temps in our neck of the woods.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to see how warm temps may get next weekend.