UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) Labor Day Weekend will not be ideal for campers and other outdoor enthusiasts in Wisconsin. Rain is in the forecast every day.
The National Weather Service says up two-inches could fall in central and northern Wisconsin between now and Monday. Forecasters say flooding is possible in cities and streams, and large hail is possible in some areas. The best chance of thunderstorms is from this afternoon through tomorrow -- and again from Sunday night into Monday night.
Temperatures should stay mild, with highs in the 70's-and-80's predicted for each day of the holiday weekend -- and the mercury should stay above 55 at night. Milwaukee's high temperature yesterday was 71 -- six degrees cooler than the normal for the date. It was still a muggy 70 in Milwaukee at six o'clock this morning, while the rest of the state was in the 50's-and-60's.
Dry and warmer weather is due in Tuesday throughout the Badger State.