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Wisconsin Bottles Late Season Warmth

When it comes to September heat, most of us welcome it as we know it won't last much longer. However, it's not unusual for the month to deliver on warm and humid days across the state.

Take a look at today's Record High:

 Ninety-nine degrees was set back in 1939, on today's date. That's the hottest record until next June! The next time Milwaukee experienced a warmer day, in the triple digits, comes on June 1st, at 104 degrees set back in 1934.

While it won't be that hot any time soon, we still have some warm days ahead. There's a good chance we enjoy a handful of 80s in the coming days.

 We're also calling for more humidity through Monday:

Despite average highs this month gradually falling from the 70s to the 60s, just checking the last five years show a solid chunk of 80s in September:

And for those who don't want summer to go... Temps as warm as the 90s are possible, per the records, until the end of the month.

I'm meteorologist Rebecca Schuld

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