Strong storms this evening brought heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds to western Wisconsin. While most storms weren’t too strong, a few did get close to severe criteria. The line of storms that moved through had a history of producing funnel clouds and brief tornadoes in Minnesota earlier this afternoon.
Once the storms pass tonight, expect humidity to fall. By tomorrow morning, dew points will be in the upper 50s and shower chances will be decreasing. Temperatures will only rise into the lower 70s with dew points decreasing further into the mid 50s by afternoon despite sunshine returning.
For August standards, it will be a cool night tomorrow into Thursday morning. Outside of fog that could become dense through the next several nights, it’ll be a fairly mild midweek. Highs return to the upper 70s Thursday and Friday with rain and storm chances returning for the weekend, mainly Friday and Saturday.
With those rounds, humidity will return and it will feel like summer. Next week looks to start sunny with warm temperatures, but doesn’t look too humid.