Precipitation surplus for the first time in 2022

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The sunshine has finally returned to southeast Wisconsin! Enjoy the sunshine on Wednesday because it doesn't last long. After the soaking rain we got on Tuesday most of southeast Wisconsin picked up 0.50-1.00" of soggy rain. 

The 0.84" we picked up in Milwaukee pushed us over 10" of precipitation for the year and is our first time above-average on precipitation by 0.40".

After being in drought for most of 2021 and the start of 2022 this is our first time above-average on year-to-date precipitation in 433 days since February 24, 2021.

After a dry and sunny day on Wednesday our rain chance return Thursday afternoon and evening with a few light showers in southern counties. Friday's rain could be a bit more widespread with scattered showers.

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the next round of rain.

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