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Below average temp trend into early September

MADISON (WKOW) – Our overall weather pattern holds a high chance of below average temps the rest of this month and through early September.

High pressure from Canada will hang around allowing a dry, pleasant trend into the weekend. Today we started off seasonally cool in the mid 50s before rebounding to the low to mid 70s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.

Ragweed, nettle and chenopod pollen count remains high and will stay that way through the weekend. Keep your allergy medication handy.

Back to a chilly set up with light jackets needed and temps plunging to the low 50s. Upper 40s farther north.

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Still sunny and pleasant with highs in the mid 70s.

Mid 50s in the morning to mid to upper 70s in the afternoon with a few more clouds around by late-day.

A system moves in from the south allowing for more clouds than sun and showers & storms to develop. Highest chance as of now looks to be farther south and east for the rain.

Another low pressure system moves in from the west with a trailing front which will bring more showers & storms overnight.

Humidity levels will be a bit higher to start off the work week with seasonal temps in the upper 70s.

This will likely wash away most of the pollen temporarily.

On the back side of that system, we get some more sunshine with temps in the mid to upper 70s.

More rain is possible later in the week. Click here for your full 27 Storm Track forecast.

Bob Lindmeier

Chief meteorologist, WKOW

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