Warm with isolated pop up storms possible on Memorial Day

NOW: Warm with isolated pop up storms possible on Memorial Day

After a picture perfect Sunday around the area, we’re tracking a few chances for hit or miss showers and storms over the next few days. However, no day looks to be a washout.

Quiet and dry conditions are expected through this evening with temperatures falling through the 70s and into the mid 60s.

An area of showers and storms will be working northward through Illinois overnight. It'll be falling apart as it reaching southeast Wisconsin tomorrow morning, but a shower or two may sneak into the area. 

A few isolated storms may pop up during the afternoon on Monday, but the better chance for these pop up storms will be to our north and west. I wouldn't cancel any outdoor plans for tomorrow afternoon, but keep an eye to the sky. 

Isolated storms will be possible Monday night, with dry weather returning Tuesday morning. By Tuesday afternoon, scattered storms will pop up around the area and will be a bit more numerous in coverage than on Memorial Day. 

A repeat day is expected Wednesday with afternoon hit or miss storms. The cold front will move through on Thursday and bring a better chance for rain and cool temperatures down for the end of the week. 

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to keep tabs on the radar on Memorial Day.

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