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Scattered showers and t-showers develop in parts of southern Wisconsin

MADISON (WKOW) – A mild, muggy day will give way to scattered showers and a few t-showers later this afternoon and evening.

The fog has burned off, but mostly cloudy skies stick around ahead of an area of low pressure which will cause shower activity to increase this afternoon and evening.

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Highest rain amounts will be south of Madison where a half inch to an inch of rain is possible.

Heaviest storms will stay south of the state line in Illinois.

A few isolated, lighter showers will stick around Tuesday afternoon and evening on the back side of our departing low pressure system. Temps stay seasonal in the upper 70s.

We don’t shake the rain threat just yet. A couple more light showers are possible with cooler temps in the low to mid 70s.

Summer’s not over yet. Hot conditions return later next weekend. For your full 27 Storm Track forecast, click here.

Branden Borremans

27 Storm Track Meteorologist

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