MADISON (WKOW) - A stretch of dry, pleasant weather with low humidity values continues through the weekend.
High pressure continues to stay northeast of the region into Sunday.
Showers are possible for northern Wisconsin late to early Sunday, but will miss the southern part of the state. Instead, clouds will increase leading to a mostly cloudy night Saturday for most of southern Wisconsin.
Sunday will be similar to Saturday, just a touch warmer due to the winds switching from a north east, to south east direction. The forecasted high temperature for Sunday is 80 degrees. Dew points in the low 50s.
An approaching low pressure system, and warm front will bring hot and more humid conditions Monday. There will be plenty of sunshine, with a chance for 90 degree temperatures.
The remnants from Tropical Storm Cristobol are expected to reach southern Wisconsin Tuesday. A prolonged period of rainfall is possible across the region, starting Tuesday afternoon or evening and continuing through Wednesday. Some areas could get up to 2" of rain, possibly more. This all depends on the track of the surface lows.
Dry weather returns Thursday, yet with cooler temperatures. A cold Canadian air mass is expected to knock high temps back to the mid to low 70s for the end of next week.