Updated: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 03:18 AM
*** Wind Advisory until 7pm for ALL of SE Wisconsin ***

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 03:38 AM

10/21 3:45AM Low pressure continues to move through WI this morning, bringing with it some fairly strong winds and isolated showers across the region. This is expected to continue throughout the day, with winds gradually turning to the west and increasing to 15-25 mph, gusting 30-40 mph, isolated to 50 mph along the lakeshore. Otherwise skies are expected to gradually decrease into the overnight hours, with temperatures falling into the 30s as winds gradually weaken. Wednesday then starts dry, however as another disturbance moves through the region we will see winds increase once again along with chances for rain. Good news at least is that winds should not be as strong as today. High pressure then builds into the region for the weekend, as temperatures keep near seasonal norms.

Austin Scheib- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsCloudy skies with a chance for isolated showers. Very windy and turning colder.Mostly clear with winds slightly less than earlier in the day.Morning sunshine, turning mostly cloudy with showers returning late. Unseasonably cool, but not as windy.
TempNear 5038 lakeside, 34 inland53
WindSW turning W 15-25 mph - gusting to 40-50 mphW 15-20 mph - gusting to 35-40 mphW 5-15 mph - gusting 25-30 mph
ConditionsLingering showers early, otherwise clearing out into afternoon. Cool. Potential for some frost early, otherwise unseasonably cool under plenty of sunshine. Turning a bit more breezy but remaining dry under partly to mostly cloudy skies.

SkiesMostly Cloudy and BreezyOvercastMostly Cloudy
Feels Like50°F39°F50°F
Relative Humidity68%76%66%
Barometric Pressure29 inHg29 inHg29 inHg
WindsSouthwest 20 mphSouth 13 mphSouthwest 19 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles0 Miles

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