MADISON (WKOW) - A strong area of low pressure is developing over the Central Plains. It'll move our way causing widespread showers and t-showers.
High pressure finally moves in to start next week finally allowing sunshine to return.
Another morning with some areas of fog. If you don't get the fog, you could see some sunshine this morning before clouds increase this afternoon ahead of our weather-maker.
A stray shower is possible near the stateline, otherwise expect temps to top off a little warmer than yesterday in the low to mid 50s.
Rain will move in from the south between 7-10 pm tonight with scattered showers continuing through Saturday.
Temps stay seasonal in the mid-40s to around 50° with a breeze picking up off Lake Michigan at 10-20 mph.
Late Saturday and overnight, the main low will move through Wisconsin with a warm front ahead of it causing some claps of thunder.
A few showers will linger into Sunday morning with temps in the mid to upper 40s.
Low-lying spots could see a little standing water as the ground is pretty saturated. Rivers will stay near their banks.
Monday looks awesome with sunshine finally returning and temps well-above average in the mid to upper 50s!