Milwaukee, WI: Sunday, June 16, 2019 02:32 PM
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6/16 2:45 PM - Our temperatures are still struggling to rise above the mid-50s this afternoon, with thick cloud cover overhead preventing any daytime heating from getting through to us. The good news is that we look to stay dry for the remainder of Sunday, even if temperatures are a bit on the cool side. The northeastern winds have been gusting in the 20-25 mph range this afternoon, especially by the lake, but will calm down by sunset. Monday looks much more pleasant, although still cool, with sunny skies and a high near 70, but Tuesday brings with it the chance for some isolated thunderstorms. Wednesday will bring in our next round of rainfall, as we continue with another drizzly, chilly week. [Devon Bertnick - Innovative Weather]
Conditions: Mainly cloudy, cool as NE winds return - another chance for isolated showers.
Temperature: 55 °F
Wind: NE 5-15 mph
Conditions: Mostly cloudy but clearing going into the morning.
Temperature: 51 °F
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Conditions: Turning partly sunny and a touch warmer
Temperature: 63 Lakeside, 69 Inland °F
Wind: NE 5-10 mph
Conditions: Partly to mostly sunny and pleasant. Isl chance for a few pop-up showers.
Temperature: 70 Lakeside, 75 Inland °F
Conditions: Starting dry, showers move in through the day.
Temperature: 69 °F
Conditions: A mix of clouds and sun with afternoon pop-up showers possible
Temperature: 68 °F
Milwaukee Climate Data
Yesterday High/Low: 77/52
Average High/Low: 76/58
Record High: 100 (1994)
Record Low: 41 (1961)