An ALERT DAY remains in the forecast for tonight. Another round of showers and thunderstorms is likely; some of the thunderstorms may produce heavy rainfall that could lead to flooding, especially in areas that received heavy rainfall Saturday night and Sunday morning.

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Tonight will be mostly cloudy and muggy with areas of fog and scattered showers and thunderstorms; some thunderstorms may contain heavy rainfall. Temperatures will fall to the middle 70s by late evening; overnight low temperatures will be in the lower 70s by morning.

Monday will be mostly cloudy and cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms ending in the morning; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s early in the day, although temperatures will remain nearly steady in the lower 70s through the day. Skies will become partly cloudy on Monday night, and it will be cooler; patchy fog may develop overnight. Low temperatures will be in the upper 50s.

Generally, quiet weather is expected for the rest of the week with mainly dry weather. On Tuesday, skies will become mostly sunny, and it will be pleasant with high temperatures in the upper 70s. Wednesday will be mostly sunny and a little warmer; high temperatures will be in the middle 80s. As a weak cold front drops across Wisconsin on Wednesday night, skies will become partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm.

Skies will become mostly sunny on Thursday, and it will be a little cooler with high temperatures in the upper 70s. Friday will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the upper 70s.

For next weekend, Saturday and Sunday will both be partly sunny and warm with high temperatures in the lower 80s on Saturday, and around 80 degrees on Sunday.

Monday will be partly sunny and warm; high temperatures will be in the lower 80s. Tuesday will be partly sunny and warm with a chance of showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be around 80 degrees. Wednesday will be partly sunny and warm with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

***FLOOD WATCH FOR AREAS WEST OF LONE ROCK UNTIL 7 AM MONDAY MORNING***

***FLOOD WATCH FOR AREAS EAST OF LONE ROCK UNTIL 1 PM MONDAY AFTERNOON***

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TONIGHT:
Mostly cloudy and muggy with areas of fog and scattered showers and thunderstorms; a few thunderstorms may have heavy rainfall.
Low: 72
Wind: E/SE 6-12 MPH

MONDAY:
Mostly cloudy and cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms ending in the morning.
High: 75 early in the day; nearly steady temperatures in the lower 70s through the day
Wind: N 8-15 MPH

MONDAY NIGHT:
Becoming partly cloudy and cooler with patchy fog possible.
Low: 58
Wind: Light NE

TUESDAY:
Becoming mostly sunny and pleasant.
High: 78
Wind: Light NE

WEDNESDAY:
Mostly sunny and a little warmer (becoming partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm at night).
Low: 59
High: 84

THURSDAY:
Becoming mostly sunny and a little cooler.
Low: 60
High: 78

FRIDAY:
Partly sunny and pleasant.
Low: 57
High: 78

SATURDAY:
Partly sunny and a little warmer.
Low: 60
High: 82

SUNDAY:
Partly sunny and warm.
Low: 63
High: 80

MONDAY:
Partly sunny and continued warm.
Low: 62
High: 81

TUESDAY:
Partly sunny and warm with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Low: 62
High: 80

WEDNESDAY:
Partly sunny and warm.
Low: 61
High: 81

10 Day Pm

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NOTES:
A FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 7 AM Monday morning for eastern and northeastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and west-central and southwestern Wisconsin. In Iowa, this includes the counties of ALLAMAKEE, CLAYTON, DELAWARE, and DUBUQUE. In Illinois, this includes the counties of JO DAVIESS and STEPHENSON. In Wisconsin, this includes the counties of MONROE, JUNEAU, ADAMS, VERNON, RICHLAND, CRAWFORD, and GRANT (this includes the La Crosse metropolitan area).

A FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 10 AM Monday morning for north-central and northeastern Illinois including the counties of WINNEBAGO, BOONE, and McHENRY (this includes the Rockford metropolitan area and the northwestern suburbs of Chicago).

A FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 1 PM Monday afternoon for south-central, east-central and southeastern Wisconsin, including the counties of MARQUETTE, GREEN LAKE, SAUK, COLUMBIA, DODGE, IOWA, DANE, JEFFERSON, LAFAYETTE, GREEN, ROCK, and WALWORTH (this includes the Madison and Milwaukee metropolitan areas).

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