Baseball fans and farmers are happy with the warm and dry weather, but it could be cause for concern if it continues for much longer.
High temperatures near 90 degrees this week bring with them the risk of pavement buckling.
The trees and grass outside may be giving off their lush green colors this spring, but that could change -- it hasn't rained in Northeast Wisconsin for a while.
Some NFL officials are excited by the possibility of a true Frozen Tundra experience for the NFL Draft in 2025.
With the NFL Draft heading to Green Bay in 2025, people are already looking to the weather.
There is effectively zero chance for rain on Memorial Day Weekend as things stand now, and that is very unusual.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is issuing health alerts statewide due to increased ozone levels.
Spring kicked off with a soggy start, but now Northeast Wisconsin is experiencing dry conditions.