MADISON (WKOW) — There won’t be any need for the umbrella through your lunch hour, but you might need it later on.
High pressure situated just to our south will slide eastward today, allowing low pressure over the Northern Plains to fill the void. Sunshine will fade behind thickening clouds as the day unfolds, and a few showers should develop by mid to late afternoon. Temps will plateau in the mid 70s by midday, then fall a few degrees during the afternoon.
Rain chances will rise tonight as the aforementioned low pressure system approaches. Showers and t-showers will become more numerous after dark, though it won’t rain all night. On and off showers and rumbles will persist through Wednesday as the “Low” drifts overhead. The triple threat of clouds, rain, and a north breeze will keep temps restricted to the mid-60s, well below average for mid-June.
We’ll dry out on Thursday but remain cool with highs in the upper 60s. 70s are set to return on Friday along with rain chances, though it appears the wettest weather will hold off until nighttime.
The weekend looks “50-50” at this point. Click here for your 27 Storm Track extended forecast.