Yesterday’s cold front brought a brief downpour to some however most remained dry as the stronger activity took off to the east of the area. Today high pressure will attempt to build in however a steady stream of clouds from the north won’t allow us to see much sun today. This will keep our temperatures lower with most of us holding in the lower 70s. Winds will be gusty, too.
The upcoming weekend looks beautiful for Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds. More clouds will build in during the afternoon hours with may yield a stray shower, most remain dry though. We will manage to get highs back into the upper 70s.
Sunday a disturbance will pass to the south of the area bringing in a good chance for showers later in the afternoon lasting through the evening. These are expected to be more widespread and will greatly impact our temperatures with highs not getting out of the 60s. Keep that umbrella close by if you’ll be venturing out Sunday.
River levels continue to improve, with a no wake order continuing on the Rock river until further notice. Not a great boating weekend temperature-wise but fishing looks good!
Looking at the extended we do get sunshine back by Tuesday into Wednesday as a rather quiet pattern continues onward. Temperatures begin to climb back closer to normal next week with a chance of showers and thunderstorms by Thursday into Friday. Overall not looking at any significant systems over the next several days.