MADISON (WKOW) - The pleasant weather heads east, as moisture and warm air advection moves into the region.
Dry and mild temperatures end this weekend, before warmer and unsettled weather returns. This includes a day potentially in the 90s.
Moisture and cloud cover move in tonight as a low pressure system approaches southern Wisconsin. Isolated showers and storms are possible Monday. Severe weather chances Monday remain to the north.
Most of the day Tuesday will be dry with mostly sunny skies. This is when we have the potential for highs to reach 90 degrees. Which, would be near record for Madison. Record temperatures for June 2 is 91 degrees.
Tuesday will be warm and humid, even if highs don't reach 90. Dew points in the upper 60s or low 70s are expected. This will make it feel like low to mid 90s outside.
Chances for storms and showers return Tuesday night. These have the potential for becoming severe and bringing large hail, gusty winds and heavy rain.