Rainfall continues across Northeast Wisconsin tonight and tomorrow with cool temperatures. Totals so far this weekend have exceeded an inch for areas in the southern Fox Valley.
Temperatures cool into the lower to mid 50s with breezy northeast winds at 10-20 mph and rain showers continuing.
You will need the umbrellas Monday as the rain continues with breezy northeast winds at 10-20 mph. Additional rainfall totals between 1-2 inches are possible for the highest hit areas with a half inch to an inch elsewhere.
This slow moving low pressure finally begins to move out on Tuesday. There might be some light rain showers in the very early morning, with sunny skies returning afterwards. Temperatures will warm into the mid 70s.
Cooler air moves in on Wednesday with highs around 70 with mostly sunny skies. The next chance of rain will be on Saturday.