Partly to mostly sunny today with highs in the low 80s then a bit warmer Friday. There is a slight chance for showers Friday then expect scattered storms over the weekend.
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Mostly sunny and warm today with a few more clouds in the afternoon. Spotty rain chances return Friday afternoon and evening but mostly West. The chance of isolated thunderstorms continues into Saturday and early Sunday morning.
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Mostly clear overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 50s to low 60s. The Northern Lights might possibly be seen in our area overnight as well. Partly sunny on Thursday with highs in the low 80s.
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Mostly clear tonight. It is possible we might see the Northern Lights tonight & again on Thursday night. Temperatures falling through the 60s. Partly sunny with highs in the 80s on Thursday.
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A quiet Wednesday afternoon ahead with only a slight chance for showers tomorrow. A bit more unsettled Friday through the weekend.
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High pressure again dominates our area keeping us mostly dry with just a slight chance for an isolated shower inland in the later afternoon. Highs today will reach 80 but stay in the 70s lakeside with a breeze off the water all day. We repeat that pattern on Thursday but by Friday, a low moves into the area with showers likely later in the day and a slight chance for thunderstorms.
Mostly clear and comfortable overnight. Temperatures dropping into the 50s away from the lake, low 60s in Milwaukee. Partly sunny on Wednesday with highs in the middle 70s to around 80.
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Mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping through the 60s this evening and into the 50s away from the lake overnight. Partly sunny on Wednesday with highs in the 80s inland, 70s near the lake.
Partly sunny with a stray shower chance today. Temperatures will reach into the upper 70s, cooler lakeside. Similar conditions the rest of the week but better rain chances Friday into the weekend.
High pressure holds on for another day to keep us mostly sunny but also help with a breeze off the lake. Highs today will warm to near 80 inland but stay in the low to mid 70s near the lake. Like yesterday there is a chance for a few isolated inland showers in the afternoon and early evening.
Clearing skies overnight with temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s by sunrise. Partly sunny on Tuesday with a high around 80 inland, mid-70s near the lake.
A few inland rain showers will fizzle this evening. Temperatures dropping into the 60s tonight. Partly sunny on Tuesday with highs around 80 inland, 70s near the lake.
A few showers today along the lake breeze otherwise partly sunny. More sunshine ahead the rest of the week and gradually back to seasonal averages by the end of the week.
High pressure keeps things calm and dry today with partly sunny conditions but it also keeps cooler air in place. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 70s although it will be cooler near the lake with a steady NE breeze. We stay dry but cooler than average tomorrow and warm slightly Wednesday and Thursday.