we started the day with a bit f sun, but clouds have
been steadily increasing throughout the day.
And the rain is not far behind.
A look at the radar shows showers and t-storms continuing
to develop and move to the north and east.
As we zoom out, we can see more showers and t-storms
developing over Iowa and Nebraska.
Look for them to become more widespread over our area
as the evening moves on.
We could even see a an isolated strong storm or two,
especially over far southwestern Wisconsin back into
The cause is an area of low prssure that will strengthen
as it moves north and east tonight.
Of course, all eyes are on Florida, where category
4 hurricane Matthew is threatening.
Here is the latest track.
look for the hurricane to track along the eastern
coast of Florida toward Georgia and South Carolina.
Closer to home, tempeatures are mainly in the 60s
thanks to the clouds.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for a breezy and cooler day behind our storm
Afternoon highs will only remian in the middle to
As we put the maps into motion, look for high pressure
to build in.
This will set the stage for a sunny, but seasonably
We'll start tomorrow with clouds, but should break
into some sun by afternoon.
The dry weather will continue into Sunday.
Here is today'd allergy report.
For tonight, look for showers and t-storms.
Overnight lows will fall into the 40s.
We'll start Friday with clouds, but should break int
some sun by afternoon.
It will be brezy and cooler, with highs mainly in
the upper 50s.
look for mainly dry weather with moderating temperatures.
There is a slight chance of rain Monday into Tuesday.
then again next Friday.