With scattered showers expected through the day, any outdoor activities for Memorial Day Monday should have an indoor backup plan.
Showers will start along the western edge of Wisconsin by early morning and move eastward. By mid-morning, rainfall will cover most of southern Wisconsin.
After the first round of morning rain, there will be a break in the showers. It is possible for some clearing during the break, however any clearing could help fuel much stronger storms later in the day.
Another round of rain is likely late in the evening, with a few isolated thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall and strong winds are possible during the evening storms.
As the severe weather threat dies down overnight, attention will turn to the next chance for strong thunderstorms which will move in late Tuesday.