Sun Aug 18 19:57:52 PDT 2019
FORECAST: Warmer with less humidity on Monday
Skies will begin to clear tonight, and as the winds turn to the northwest, less humid air will flow into Northeast Wisconsin. That wind won't be as strong as it was during the day with speeds generally less than 10 mph. We'll cool into the 50s for lows... with a few 40s possible NORTH. Patchy fog may develop early Monday, but it likely won't be too widespread. Look for a quick warm-up with plenty of sunshine into Monday afternoon. Highs should push into the lower 80s with low humidity. Winds will turn more southerly by the afternoon, which will lead to the mugginess briefly increasing for Tuesday.
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