FIRST ALERT FORECAST - Alert Day for Monday Night!
Monday is an "Alert Day" for strong to severe storms possible in the late evening into early Tuesday morning. Clouds will be on the increase overnight Sunday into Monday with a round of showers and scattered thunderstorms rolling in for the morning into the early afternoon (60%) We're not expecting severe weather in the morning, but a rumble of thunder is certainly possible. Time frame is 6AM-Noon. Showers are possible before 6AM but the "heaviest" of the showers hold off until after 6AM That's the appetizer before the main meal.
The actual front will move through late Monday evening into Tuesday morning bringing with it another round of heavier rain and stronger storms (80%) but this time, more widespread. Some of these storms will contain gusty winds, heavy downpours and frequent lightning. Severe thunderstorms are possible. Time frame for the strongest storms is 10PM-6AM.
Please download the WIS APP to receive any warnings for your area! Showers and storms will linger into early Tuesday morning before drying out during the AM commute. Most of Tuesday afternoon is dry but a few showers and storms are possible Tuesday evening as the whole system departs (50%).
Temps will be in the mid 60s for Monday and low 70s for Tuesday before another shot of cold air moves in Wednesday into Friday!
Tonight: Clouds increasing with showers and isolated thunderstorms arrive overnight. Lows in the 50s
Monday: "Alert Day" Showers and thunderstorms for the morning, 6AM-Noon (60%) with a break for the middle of the afternoon before another round of rain and stronger thunderstorms move in for the very late evening into the overnight hours, some storms may be severe. 10PM-6AM (80%)
Monday Night: "Alert Day" Strong to severe storms possible with heavy rain, gusty winds and frequent lightning. Lows in the 50s
First Alert Meteorologist Kevin Arnone
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