Weekend trending dry with temps back to average

NOW: Weekend trending dry with temps back to average

We've had a couple of nice mild days and Friday is no different with highs in the 50s. On Thursday everyone in southeast Wisconsin hit the 60s which is our 9th time doing so this November. The weekend will be back to reality though with highs in the lower half of the 40s. The filtered sun we've seen for most of this week continues on Saturday but Sunday has just a slight chance for some precip.

Earlier in the week Saturday was looking pretty wet but that storm system has continued to trend to our south. It may stay just barely south of the border so give it a 10% chance for a shower in Walworth or Kenosha Counties and Sunday's rain/snow chance is barely better.

A weak storm system to our north will drag a front across the state on Sunday giving us just a slight chance for some light rain or snow. Northern Wisconsin has a bit of a better chance to see some precip.

Saturday is the start of gun deer hunting season in Wisconsin and you really couldn't ask for better weather. Expect decent sunshine across most of the state with average highs in the 30s up north to the low 40s here in southeast Wisconsin. Sunday's weather isn't as good with a chance for rain/snow across the state but it definitely doesn't look heavy if it falls at all. 

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the temps going into Thanksgiving.

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