MADISON (WKOW) – After some active weather earlier Tuesday, conditions are quiet the rest of tonight and most of Wednesday.
On the back side of yet another front, skies clear and conditions stay comfortable overnight with temps in the low 60s. A great night to open up the windows, especially since there will be a bit of a breeze out of the SW through the evening.
Another complex of storms will develop over the Northern Plains and dive into Minnesota and then Iowa. Because humidity levels will be lower across Wisconsin, the storms will likely fizzle as they approach the Mississippi River.
With that said, in the system holds together, an isolated shower or storm remains possible, with around a 30% chance far west of Madison.
Otherwise, expect a gorgeous summery day with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 80s.
As the jet stream moves overhead (upper level fast winds that steer storm systems), a few scattered showers are expected. Expect higher humidity levels with highs in the mid 80s and the heat index likely in the upper 80s.
We maintain this hot, humid pattern with isolated pop up storm chances through the weekend. Click here for your full 27 Storm Track forecast.