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|Sunrise 6:08AM||Sunset 7:53PM||Wednesday August 21, 2019 3:05 PM CDT (20:05 UTC)||Moonrise 10:01PM||Moonset 10:57AM||Illumination 63%|
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Area Discussion for - Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion... Updated
national weather service milwaukee sullivan wi
102 pm cdt Wed aug 21 2019
The cold front has moved through most of southern wisconsin early
this afternoon. Dewpoints are beginning to drop from the
northwest along with somewhat breezy northwest winds behind the
front. This front has also brought a halt to the warming temps
most places as expected.
There are a few spots of MVFR ceilings out there early this
afternoon, but conditions should continue to transition to allVFR
into mid-afternoon. Breezy northwest winds behind a cold front
will become light for this evening and overnight as high pressure
begins to move into the area.
Showers and storms are expected to remain south of the state line
through this afternoon, with dry weather likely into Thursday.
Forecast models are trying to spit out a few showers tomorrow
afternoon, but not seeing much moisture in soundings, so kept the
May see a little fog in the typical low lying areas such as the
wisconsin river valley tonight.
Prev discussion (issued 929 am cdt Wed aug 21 2019)
could see a shower or two clip the southern forecast area today,
but otherwise most places will remain dry. Looks like a mix of
clouds and Sun through the day today. The forecast looks on track
for the remainder of today.
low pressure will move across ontario this morning and continue
to drag a cold front across the lake today. North wind gusts of 15
to 20 knots are expected behind the front today. There will be a
brief lull in winds this evening. Canadian high pressure will
then move across ontario bringing another weak front across the
lake by early Thursday. North winds will increase somewhat on
Thursday as a result. As the high shifts east, northeast winds are
expected Thursday night and Friday.
Prev discussion... (issued 624 am cdt Wed aug 21 2019)
patchy fog is out there again this morning. A cold front over
central wisconsin will move across southern wisconsin over the
next few hours. It will bring light north winds and with sunrise
don't expect fog to become dense.
patchy fog early this morning. A cold front will move through
this morning bringing light north winds. There may be a few gusts
of 15 to 20 mph during the afternoon. Ceilings may briefly be
MVFR this morning as the front moves through. Not expecting it to
be widespread or long enough of a duration to include in tafs.
Otherwise expect scattered to broken clouds around 3-4kft today.
Skies will clear later this afternoon. Light northeast winds will
prevail on Thursday. MVFR ceilings may move in from the lake on
Thursday, otherwise scattered clouds around 4kft will dominate.
Prev discussion... (issued 308 am cdt Wed aug 21 2019)
today and tonight... Forecast confidence high.
A cold front will move through early Wednesday morning as a trough
of high pressure extends from canada into the northern plains. It|
will bring north winds and drier air mass. Clouds are expected
during the morning along and behind the front, but then they will
clear during the afternoon.
An upper low will be parked over ontario into Thursday. A shortwave
will pass by to our southwest in the evening but the atmosphere will
be very dry. With clear skies we are looking at lows in the
Thursday... Forecast confidence high.
Surface high pressure will move into ontario pushing another weak
front southward across the state. Winds will become northeast during
the afternoon. Flow off the lake may bring some clouds into the
east, knocking temperatures down a few degrees during the afternoon.
The NAM and GFS are showing some precip with the front while a
strong shortwave will also be moving through. Soundings show
moisture is pretty shallow so will keep a dry forecast.
Thursday night through Saturday... Forecast confidence high...
skies will clear later Thursday night as high pressure is
reinforced across the great lakes. This should set the stage for a
cool morning on Friday, with lows in the low 50s. Highs Friday
will top out in the low to mid 70s. Nearly identical conditions
are expected for Saturday, as the surface high remains centered
just north of lake superior.
Sunday through mid week next week... Forecast confidence
winds will become more southeasterly on Sunday, with moisture
very slowly returning to the area. Sunday should still be dry,
with highs just a touch warmer in the upper 70s to around 80. An
approaching shortwave from the west will attempt to phase with a
wave moving through the ohio valley, and this may bring a few
showers to the area as early as Sunday night. It's very possible
that dry low levels win out, however.
The high will shift fully east of the area for Monday, with south
to southwest flow expected at the surface, and west-southwest flow
aloft. There should be several chances for showers and
thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday, with rain potential continuing
into Wednesday as another cold front approaches from the west.
expect some fog this morning. A cold front will move through this
morning bringing north winds. Scattered to broken clouds around 2500-
4000ft will accompany the front this morning. There may be a few
gusts of 15 to 20 mph during the afternoon. Skies will clear later
this afternoon. Light northeast winds will prevail on Thursday. MVFR
ceilings may move in from the lake on Thursday.
a cold front will move down the lake this morning, reaching the
southern part by late morning. North winds will gust 15 to 20 knots.
There will be a brief lull in winds Wednesday evening before north
winds will gust 10 to 20 knots late Wednesday night into Thursday.
Northeast winds are expected Thursday night and Friday.
Mkx watches warnings advisories
today tonight and aviation marine... Marquardt
Thursday through Tuesday... Boxell
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