MADISON (WKOW) - Gorgeous summer weather continues Monday, with temperatures just a tad warmer than Sunday due to a southerly flow.
Southern Wisconsin will remain dry, and quiet due to high pressure over the region. Temperatures will feel seasonal, with highs in the mid 80s and low humidity.
Clouds will begin to move in from the west Monday night, due to an approaching low pressure system in Canada.
Showers and storms will develop along the cold front to the west and slowly move closer to southern Wisconsin throughout the day Tuesday, possibly overnight into Wednesday morning. Timing of showers and storms looks to be Tuesday afternoon or evening, through most of Wednesday.
Once the cold front pushes through, showers and storms will hit and potentially bring our next round of severe weather.
Heat and humidity returns Thursday, with highs back to the upper 80s. Highs in the low 90s are expected for the weekend.