Though today was warm and muggy, an extended stretch of beautiful late-summer weather is getting ready to settle into Northeast Wisconsin.
Tonight we may see a few showers and storms in the evening as a cold front exits the area; otherwise skies will become mostly clear and the humidity breaks as dew points drop to the mid 50s by morning. Overnight low will be near 56. Some patchy fog is possible as well.
An area of high pressure moves in for the second half of the week and will influence our weather through Sunday.
Tomorrow will be mostly sunny, less humid, and cooler with a high near 77.
Thursday will be partly cloudy with a high near 70, a little cool for this time of year-- normal highs are in the mid 70s.
Temperatures rebound Friday and Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 70s and sunny skies both days.
Sunday looks warm with a high near 80. We'll also see a couple more clouds, making for a partly cloudy afternoon.
On Monday, Labor Day, there's a chance for showers and thunderstorms with a high near 83. Expect mostly cloudy skies otherwise.
Today's Record Temperatures