Cold front brings scattered storms to SE WI Monday

SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN (WITI) -- FOX6's Vince Condella was tracking scattered showers and thunderstorms moving through the area on Monday afternoon, June 17th.

The best chance for storms was expected to be north of Milwaukee -- though isolated storms were popping up throughout southeastern Wisconsin.

Some of the storms were producing small hail -- though Vince Condella said the main threat would be brief downpours.

The cold front was also expected to drop temperatures -- with temperatures falling into the low 50s Monday night.

High pressure settles in on Tuesday -- and the remainder of the work week looks to be dry with daytime highs in the low 70s --  lakeside cooler in the 60s.

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