MADISON (WKOW) — After a wet Wednesday for many, we’ll finish the workweek on a drier note. Just don’t get too used to it.
Drier air behind departing low pressure will lead to partial sunshine this afternoon. However, a slightly unstable air mass might contribute to a few pop-up showers. In the end, most of us will experience a dry day with pleasantly cool highs in the low to mid 70s.
High pressure will bring us dry weather on Friday, though you can expect increasing clouds in the afternoon. This is in response to a warm front approaching from the Central Plains. Look for showers and thunderstorms to develop later Friday night as the front continues advancing northeastward.
This initial round of rain signals the start of an active weather pattern. Waves of low pressure coupled with stubborn frontal boundaries will result in periods of showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday.
There will certainly be some “dry time” during this stretch, it’s just too early to tell when these lulls will occur. Stay tuned!