A large area of low pressure near Hudson Bay continues
to dominate the weather in Wisconsin. A weak disturbance
rotating around this low pressure system will bring
a good chance of showers and thunderstorms this evening.
Any stronger storms will have the potential to produce
small hail and gusty winds. As skies clear out again,
overnight lows will fall to the upper 50s.
Over the weekend, we will stay mainly dry with only
slight chances of isolated showers in the afternoon
or evening Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures
will remain in the lower to middle 80s.
Next week, the shower and thunderstorm chances will
continue through the entire week. At this point, the
best chances of rain look to be on Monday and Wednesday
and then again over the weekend. High temperatures
will continue to hover around 80.