Pleasant Memorial Day weekend continues
It was a fantastic start to Memorial Day weekend with abundant sunshine across the state with temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. Clear skies and light winds will allow for another chilly night tonight, but it won't be quite as cold as last night. A few inland spots may dip into the upper 30s, but we should stay warm enough that frost won't be an issue.
We'll start the day with sunshine on Sunday, but a weak disturbance approaching from the west will bring a few more clouds in during the afternoon. However, our airmass will be very dry so any showers that try to develop late in the day won't reach the ground. Another lake breeze will kick in during the afternoon, but temps will likely be a few degrees warmer than Saturday with inland spots making a run at 70°
A southwest wind will boost temps into the low to mid 70s area-wide on Memorial Day under a mix of sun and clouds. A disturbance tracking across the northern half of the state will generate a few showers and storms in the afternoon, which may clip Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties in the evening. However, these storms will be falling apart as they try to move in, so most of the area will likely stay dry.
Highs will be in the 70s for a majority of the next week, but we could see some summer heat returning by next weekend. The 6 to 10 day temperature outlook has a 70-80% chance for above normal temps for the Badger state June 4th-7th. By then our normal high is around 74°.
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