Milwaukee, WI: Saturday, February 17, 2018 09:20 PM
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Feb 17th, 9:40pm - Skies will remain mostly cloudy this evening before gradually clearing overnight as temperatures fall through the 20s. For your Sunday a mix of clouds and sun are expected as winds shift southerly as a low pressure system approaches from the west. Blustery conditions are expected for the second half of the day with gusts between 20-30mph. The low pressure system arrives Monday, with significant rainfall expected to impact the area for most of the day with a chance for some rumbles of thunder. Yes, rumbles of thunder, however winter will return into Tuesday as rain showers may transition to a freezing rain during the latter half of the day. [Alec Muniz - Innovative Weather]
Conditions: Mostly cloudy becoming clear as temperatures cool off.
Temperature: 20 °F
Wind: W 5-10mph
Conditions: A mix of clouds and sun, with strong southerly winds expected during the second half of the day.
Temperature: 41 °F
Wind: S 10-20mph; gusting to 30mph
Conditions: Chances for showers enter the area after midnight.
Temperature: 35 °F
Wind: S 5-15mph
Conditions: A significant system moves into the area, bringing mostly heavy rain to SE Wisconsin, with a chance to hear a few rumbles of thunder, followed by the possibility for freezing rain late.
Temperature: 44 °F
Conditions: Freezing rain becomes a better possibility as we transition from rain over to frozen precipitation by the evening, with temperatures dropping into Wednesday morning.
Temperature: 43 °F
Conditions: Mostly cloudy with a few peaks of sunshine as we stay dry and return to seasonal temperatures.
Temperature: 29 °F
Milwaukee Climate Data
Yesterday High/Low: 35/19
Average High/Low: 33/20
Record High: 64 (2017)
Record Low: -16 (1885)