Record or near record warmth continues for the weekend as afternoon highs will soar to 20 or more degrees above average through Monday!
Today will be sunny, hot, and humid again with a high of 90 degrees. The heat index could again push into the low 90s at times. The record high today is currently 90.
Tonight will remain warm for late September with an overnight low falling to 66 under clear skies. 67 is also our average high this time of year!
Tomorrow will stay very warm and humid with sunny skies and a high of 88.
Fox Cities Marathon runners will be dealing with heat and humidity through the run. 7am temperature will be in the upper 60s with readings reaching near 80 by 11am.
If you're heading to the Packers-Bengals game at 3:25 pm, it will be hot with the temperature near our high for the day, 88, and mostly sunny skies. If the game kicks off at our high that day, it could end up being the warmest regular season kickoff in Lambeau field history!
Monday remains very warm with a high of 87 degrees and mostly sunny skies. 87 is also the current record for Monday.
Our next chance for rain looks possible on Tuesday in the form of scattered showers and storms. The high will only reach 75.
Much cooler weather returns Wednesday with Mostly Cloudy skies and a high of 63.
Today's Record Temperatures