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Quiet remainder of Labor Day Weekend…mostly

MADISON (WKOW) — Early sunshine gave way to clouds and a few light showers on Saturday, a trend that will last into Sunday – for some.

Clouds will rule tonight, though areas northwest of Dane County might experience partial clearing after midnight. Additionally, some light showers will continue (with some breaks), favoring southern and southeastern sections. Aside from the pesky raindrops, the night should be a comfy one with evening temps in the 60s falling into the 50s overnight.

More of the same can be expected on Sunday with southeastern areas having the best chance of seeing a few light showers. If you live northwest of Madison, you’ll be treated to more sunshine and are likely to stay dry. Highs will manage the mid 70s area-wide, seasonable for the start of September.

Labor Day will feel more summery as temperatures and humidity will be on the rise – highs in the low 80s, dew points in the mid 60s by afternoon. Any shower or storm will hold off until late at night, sparing your holiday cookout. A better chance for storms will come on Tuesday, just as the kids shuffle back to school!

27 Storm Track extended forecast

Branden Borremans

27 Storm Track Meteorologist

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