Sunshine turns to rain clouds with chances through the weekend
Tuesday was glorious with lots of sunshine and highs around 70° for most of southeast Wisconsin. Wednesday is expected to be another nice day with high temperatures around 70° but a few isolated showers will be possible. The best chance for any showers that develop will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The majority of us will stay dry and those that see the rain it passes by quickly and light with less than a tenth of an inch.
If you are going to the Deer District tonight to watch the Bucks Eastern Conference Finals game against the Raptors you might want to grab the umbrella right as the plaza opens but the rain chance quickly goes away. A light jacket or fleece might be needed for after the game.
Rain chances will go up throughout the rest of the work week with a chance for showers and storms Thursday and then rain looking near likely on Friday.
Rain chances will continue Saturday and Sunday as well with a front sitting right over southern Wisconsin and not moving much. By the end of the weekend some spots could pick up 2" of rain.
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