99 degrees reached in Milwaukee Monday, ties record high
MILWAUKEE- Another day in July, 2012 and another day near 100 degrees.
Storm Team 4Caster John Malan said Milwaukee reached a high of 99 degrees on Monday, which tied the July 23 high set back in 1940.
Until 8pm, southeast Wisconsin was under another heat advisory as the blazing hot summer continues.
According to Malan, since June 1, 2012, southeast Wisconsin has had 15 days above 90 degrees, the average is around nine days.
Some relief is coming in the evening hours as Malan said a cold front in moving throughout the area with some light sprinkles.
"We have very good chance of redevelopment overnight with the cold front," said Malan. "Scattered showers or thunderstorms could develop through the area. Still warm, humid. Light northerly winds, overnight low, 73."
We could see some rain Tuesday night as showers and thunderstorms are likely, said Malan.
Here's the latest Storm Team Forecast:
TONIGHT: Warm and muggy with increasing clouds and scattered showers and storms developing
Wind: NW 5-10 mph
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy and cooler, but humid with scattered storms
High: 82 Lakefront...87 Waukesha
Wind: NE 5-10 mph
TUE NIGHT: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered showers and storms developing
Wind: Light East
WEDNESDAY:Mostly cloudy, hot, and humid with scattered showers and storms
High: 86 Lakefront...93 Waukesha
Wind: SE 5-15 mph