MILWAUKEE, WI (WTAQ) - The National Weather Service now says there’s a chance that southeast Wisconsin could get some of the remnants of Hurricane Issac – but not very much.
Meteorologist Rusty Kapela says the storm will head into central Missouri by Saturday morning, and then turn northeast toward Ohio.
The northern edge of Isaac could reach the Chicago area by Sunday night – and if that happens, far southeast Wisconsin could see a tenth-of-an-inch of rain from it.
In any event, it will be hardly anything from the last time the Badger State got the remnants of a hurricane.
In September of 2008, the remains of hurricanes Gustav and Ike dumped up 3.25 inches of rain on the southern part of Wisconsin.