MADISON (WKOW) - A dry, warmer day ahead before storm chances return Friday, some of which could be strong.
High pressure is in control keeping weather conditions quiet today.
Another system moves in from the west increasing storm chances through Friday.
Temps start off cool in the 50s with areas of fog, especially in the Wisconsin River Valley.
Afternoon temps will be seasonal in the low 80s with plenty of sunshine and low levels of humidity.
Sky conditions turn partly cloudy with temps milder in the mid low to mid 60s.
A few showers or a rumble of thunder are possible in the morning with a higher chance for stronger storms in the afternoon and evening.
We are under a slight, level 2 risk for severe weather with high winds, hail and heavy downpours the main concerns.
A stray storm may still linger down towards the Stateline as the system pushes southward, but expect an overall dry weekend ahead with warm conditions in the mid 80s.
Another warm set up in the mid 80s with mostly sunny skies.
We stay warm and humid in the mid to upper 80s with a few storm chances.