True 50/50 weekend with Saturday showers then dropping humidity
Fog has been a big story in the morning the last few days. That fog won't be as likely Saturday morning as the wind stays a little elevated and clouds start to roll in. This weekend looks like a true 50/50 weekend with warmth and humidity staying elevated on Saturday along with a decent rain chance. Sunday will be much better with sunshine, low humidity and cooler temps.
A cold front will move across Minnesota and western Wisconsin on Friday and Friday night. By the time it arrives in southeast Wisconsin Saturday morning the showers and storms will have fizzled, but a few showers will likely pop back up mid to late morning along with a few storms in the through late afternoon. Spotty rain chances end by 7 pm.
Any rain that does fall won't amount to much with rain totals around a tenth to quarter of an inch. Those that see storms may get up to a half inch.
Along with the rain chance, humidity levels will stay very high on Friday and Saturday with dew points in the low to middle 70s making it feel a little tropical. Sunday will be much more comfy with dew points in the upper 50s. But the humidity comes right back on Monday and most of next week with dew points back into the middle and upper 60s.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the showers for Saturday and humidity levels over the next week.