A slow moving area of low pressure is bringing rounds of showers to the area. Some thunderstorms are expected as well however the risk for strong to severe storms appears to be too faint for Northeast Wisconsin. Brief heavy downpours are still possible however.
Temperatures will fall into the upper 40s with breezy southeast winds tonight.
Cloudy skies and breezy southwest winds will accompany us on Sunday with high temperatures in the lower to mid 50s. A few rain showers are possible especially in the afternoon hours as the center of low pressure moves across the northern part of the state.
Dry weather returns Monday with highs in the upper 50s under mostly cloudy skies.
Rain showers are possible on Tuesday, however some of the latest models are showing the track of the low pressure further south in some of the recent runs. If this trend continues, we may not see any rain at all.
After Tuesday high temperatures in the 40s. We are back in the mid to upper 50s Wednesday and possibly breaking the 60s next weekend as we welcome Mother's Day.