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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--We can't see to even beg for a drop of rain these days. Some of us had a few inches on Friday afternoon, but it wasn't very widespread. And on Saturday, we were hopeful of showers and storms developing during the afternoon with an impulse riding through the atmosphere. However, most of the moisture and energy stayed to the south of the state. So this leaves with building rainfall deficits. However, for what it's worth, the humidity will be dropping into early next week, so it'll feel better. It's just too bad our deficits are running more than 6-7" across southeast Wisconsin.
There is a back door cool front moving in from the north late Sunday night. But it looks as if most of the action will stay just to the north of the viewing area. Thursday night into early Friday could see another opportunity for showers and storms with a different storm system, so stay tuned as they say in the TV business.