Cudahy Wisconsin Weather
Winter weather is on the rise, and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) encourages homeowners and business owners to be vigilant when using snow blowers, often referred to as "snow blowers," and snow tires.
The southeast and easterly winds will shift north with the front from Saturday, with gusts from east to west of 35 to 40 km / h. A stacked low over western Illinois will develop into a low pressure area over Lake Michigan tonight before moving east. Meanwhile, a low of SFC, stretching from west to west across central NSW, will slowly shift through the night with a low. The low pressure will remain east of the IL axis of the upper low, which is tilting north, over the next few days.
Highs on Sunday will be around 30 degrees, but gusty winds will cool the teens and 20s. On Monday it will be colder, on Tuesday the mid-20s are expected, and on Wednesday the temperatures will rise slightly.
Occasional or isolated showers will continue into the early hours of Tuesday, with the chance of a few more showers in the afternoon.
As high pressure moves into the southern US, winds will pick up strength as a result of the low pressure system. Wind gusts of up to 30 km / h or more are also expected in the late evening and early morning hours of Tuesday.
The low pressure system will move into the southern US on Tuesday afternoon and evening with strong winds and gusts of up to 30 km / h or more.
The low pressure system will move into the southern US on Tuesday afternoon and evening with strong winds of up to 30 km / h or more.
The low pressure system will move into the southern US on Tuesday afternoon and evening with winds of 30 mph or more and gusts of 30 to 40 mph.
The low pressure system will move into the southern US on Tuesday afternoon and evening with winds of 30 mph or more and gusts of 30 to 40 mph with a high pressure system over the area.
The westerly wind will increase to 10 to 15 knots by midnight and then west from 10 to 15 knots in the early morning, then back to 5 to 10 knots late Tuesday.
Winds range from 5 to 10 knots from west to east, and from 10 to 15 knots in the early morning. Winds will blow from north to east at 6 to 8 knots until late Tuesday and then from south to north at 4 to 6 knots. The wind is blowing from north to south at 7 to 9 knots on Tuesday, and from 7 knots on Wednesday and Thursday.
Based on the tourism score is the best time of year to visit Cudahy for a family of three or more people, from late June to mid-September. According to this calculation, it is early July to mid-August, with good chances of visiting in late August or early September and late September to early October for an average of 2-3 days per week. Based on these values, the family or a group of 3-4 people are most likely to visit Cadillac during the first week of June, from early June to late July or mid-August.
The hottest day of the year is July 19, with an average high of 81 degrees F and a low of 66 degrees F, and the hottest water temperature in the Cudahy Waterway. The coldest day this year was January 29 with an average low of 18C and a high of 29C, while the warmest day was August 13 with an average temperature of 71C. And the coldest day of the year was February 28, with an average temperature of 36.2 ° C, but a lower peak than the average low.
This period of cool water lasts 5.4 months, with the warmest water temperatures in Cudahy Waterway at the end of summer and the coldest in autumn and winter.
The wet season lasts 6.4 months, with the warmest water temperatures in Cudahy Waterway at the end of summer and the coldest in autumn and winter when a given day is a wet day. During this period, the most rain falls on 31 days, with June 14 being the focal point, and most snow falls on or around January 9. In the first three months of the rainy season, at least half of the snow falls, but the majority of it falls in the last three weeks of January, which take place from January 8 to 10.
The quietest day of the year is August 3, the shortest day is December 21, and the longest days are the longest. While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, so while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days typically follow sweltering nights.