SEPTEMBER 17, 2019
THE NBC15 WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST FROM METEOROLOGIST JAMES PARISH:
TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Mild. Muggy. Lows near 60 degrees. Patchy fog possible. Winds SE at around 5 mph. No impactful weather expected tonight.
WEDNESDAY: More sunshine than clouds. Warm. Muggy. High near 80 degrees. Slim chance of rain late in the day. Winds S at 5-10 mph. No impactful weather expected on Wednesday.
Summer will continue to have a tight grip on southern Wisconsin the rest of the work week. Highs will be near or just above 80 degrees Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The rest of the work week will also be humid. Overnight lows will be in the low 60s.
Our next chance of rain will come Wednesday night into Thursday. A cold front will hang out just west and north of the area. Even though this is where the better rain chances will likely set up, scattered showers and storms will be possible Wednesday night. Slight rain chances will linger into Friday as well.
Our next big weather maker come this weekend. A cold front will drop south across the area Saturday into Sunday. This front will bring in widely scattered showers and storms. The rain will start to move out of the area on Sunday. Behind the front, it is going to turn much cooler and less humid. Highs will go from the upper 70s to near 80 degrees on Saturday to the low 70s on Monday.