Warmer weather has moved in and continues into Memorial Day Weekend, but it also comes with a few chances for some wet weather.
Skies look partly cloudy for tonight and we'll generally stay dry. Patchy dense fog could develop along Lakeshore communities and up into Door County, so take care later tonight on roads in these areas. Lows drop to 52 degrees.
Tomorrow warms up a bit more with a high near 77 and partly cloudy skies. There is a chance for isolated showers and a rumble of thunder, mainly in the evening.
Sunday will be the day with the best chance for rain and storms. There may be some early-day activity in the area, with more scattered storms developing in the afternoon. Highs top out near 70 with mostly cloudy skies.
Memorial Day, will be partly sunny and cooler with a high near 66 degrees. Some rain showers are possible in the afternoon. Westerly winds kick up at 10 to 20 miles per hour.
This will be one of those weekends where you should check out the FOX11 weather app to track the rain before you go to those outdoor events.
The slightly cooler-than-normal weather, spotty showers, and mix of clouds and sun continue into the middle of next week.
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