Clouds around from a former hurricane

The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

Clouds outside are riding in from former Hurricane Beryl, now considered a post-tropical cyclone according to the National Hurricane Center. As the spiral pulls northeast today, it will continue to bring flooding rains to lower Michigan, and eventually take the clouds away from us later in the day.

More sun favoring the second-half of the day Wednesday after a cloudy start. A stray shower or pop-up thunderstorm is possible, but not likely. Highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Humidity will drop a touch from yesterday, however, it will stay a little humid with dew points in the lower 60s. NE winds from 5 to 12 mph.

Skies will be mainly clear through the evening and overnight. Light winds are likely so temperatures will tumble to 61 degrees. If we achieve lows around there, patchy fog is possible by tomorrow morning.

Mostly sunny on Thursday and 82 degrees. It’s conceivable a shower or t-storm could pop-up in the afternoon, but don’t plan on it!

Friday, mostly sunny and 86 degrees as the heat cranks up.

A brief shower or thunderstorms could emerge in any one of our communities Saturday. Otherwise, partly cloudy, hot and humid with a high of 87 degrees.

Very hot and muggy Sunday! 90 degrees is the forecast high. A disturbance will be present in the afternoon/evening hours that could set off some strong late day thunderstorms.