Storms to break high heat, muggy air late on Friday
SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN (WITI) — A heat advisory has been issued for all of southeastern Wisconsin until 7:00 p.m. Friday, July 19th. A heat advisory means that the heat indices during the day will be at, or greater than 100 degrees.
Heat and humidity are expected to stick around through the end of the work week.
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Today: Mostly sunny and humid, chance of afternoon isolate showers and/or thunderstorms. High: 94°. Dewpoint: 72°.
Tonight: Mild and muggy. Low: 75.
Friday: Partly sunny and muggy. Showers and thunderstorms, some may be strong. Morning low: 73°. Afternoon high: 92°. Dewpoint: 70°.
Friday night: Evening showers and thunderstorms, then clearing late. Low around 65°. Dewpoint dropping into the low 60s.
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