We have a nice start to June with a few hiccups along the way
Milwaukee (CBS 58)--At least Mother Nature has given us a fairly nice beginning to June. Yes, it's a little cool with highs in the 50s and 60s. But the strong sun angle really helps matters (as long as the wind's not blowing too much!) Look for a few subtle changes on Monday. Basically, the weather will be very similar. We'll still have an onshore flow meaning it'll be in the 50s and 60s lakeside but 70s in Lake Country.
On Tuesday, we all experience southwesterly winds. This means expect a warming trend for everyone. Highs will be in the 70s to near 80. There will be an uptick in humidity ahead of our next storm system. In fact we could see a slight increase of shower and thunder shower activity Tuesday afternoon and evening and then lasting on/off Wednesday.
Behind the system we cool back down to seasonably cool levels with highs in the 60s to low 70s. The one big question is what happens to a cut-off low pressure area south of us into late this week. Does it sit and spin just to the south like one reliant computer model says will happen? Or does it drift into our area, creating scattered showers and lots more clouds. Stay tuned like they say in the TV business. The CBS58 Ready team is watching this for you.