MADISON (WKOW) - We'll feel very summery this week with above-average temps and humid conditions.
A stationary front will linger across southern Wisconsin early in the week keeping our weather pattern warm and humid and increasing storm chances.
Clouds will increase with shower and storm chances developing around lunchtime and soon thereafter.
A couple storms may be stronger with heavy downpours and high winds the main concerns.
High temps will be very warm in the mid to upper 80s.
Storm chances will quickly taper around sunset and beyond as the heating of the day fueling the storms, goes away.
Overnight will be partly cloudy, muggy and warm in the upper 60s.
A sun-cloud mix with a few showers and storms, mainly in the afternoon with temps soaring back to the upper 80s.
The stationary boundary will meander southward, dropping storm chances to be fairly isolated in nature.
Temps stay warm in the mid 80s.
Storm chances are gone heading into the holiday weekend, but we'll still be very warm and humid with highs in the upper 80s.
Partly sunny and very warm in the upper 80s.
4TH OF JULY WEEKEND
A rare 4th of July holiday with no rain threat. We'll be sunny, very warm and humid with highs in the upper 80s.