Get Set For Stormy Stretch After Sunny, Seasonable Memorial Day

Katie Ramirez
May 28, 2019

More storms could fire on Wednesday around the front, so don't expect overly nice days for the first three days of the week.

Showers will arrive after noon Tuesday, with periods of rain during the day and a chance of thunderstorms through the afternoon until around midnight.

We have a couple of complexes of thunderstorms moving in early this morning that developed late last night in western Nebraska and central Kansas.

The severe weather threat will be with us this evening giving anyone along or south of I-96 the threat for stronger storms with the highest concern in our far southwest communities.

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Heavy rain and flooding may also be problematic. Highs in the upper 70s-low 80s. Wind: S 10-20; gusty.

Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy.

A low pressure center and extending warm front will lift into southwest Iowa by mid to late afternoon. Winds S/SW 5-15, gusting up to 20 miles per hour. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour. Rain/storm chances continue Wednesday and Thursday before drier skies work their way back Friday.

This weekend still remains uncertain on exact details with storms. If you are going to the Memorial Day Parade in Milwaukee that kicks off at 2 p.m. bring the jacket and the umbrella.

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