Updated: Saturday, March 28, 2020 11:18 PM
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Saturday, March 28, 2020 11:20 PM

3/28 11:20 PM - Showers and thunderstorms will return later on, with a few stronger storms possible later on this evening as a frontal boundary sits just to our south. The majority of the strongest storms should stay to our south and west where there is a more favorable environment for storms. Any storms that we see around the Milwaukee area could have some large hail and heavy rain, with a few isolated wind gusts around 30-45 mph. Storms move out around midnight, with a few on and off showers possible later in the day on Sunday. Temps stay mild overnight with lows falling into the 40s before we look to reach the low 50s for highs on Sunday. Dry weather returns to start the work week with highs in the 40s.

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ConditionsStorms depart by midnight. A dry period as fog clears, temps feel warm with blustery winds.On and off drizzle all day, with gusty W-NW winds and mild temps.Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a shower early. Breezy.
WindSW Turning W 5-15 mph, gusts 20-30mphW turning NW 15-20mph, gusts 30-40mphW 15-20 mph, gusts up to 30 mph
ConditionsSunshine arrives early with seasonal temperatures. More clouds, but remaining dry with seasonably cool temperatures. Dry for most of the day with isolated showers possible in the evening.

SkiesPartly CloudyPartly CloudyPartly Cloudy
Feels Like51°F46°F47°F
Relative Humidity83%82%90%
Barometric Pressure29 inHg29 inHg29 inHg
WindsSouthwest 8 mphSouthwest 4 mphSouth 4 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles10 Miles

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