Minor improvements in ongoing drought over the last week
Repeated rounds of rain and storms earlier this week helped improve the moderate drought conditions in areas along I-94 in southern Wisconsin. A good chunk of Jefferson and Waukesha counties are no longer in a moderate drought, but the severe drought continues in far southeast Wisconsin.
No chance of rain today, but a few scattered showers and isolated storms are possible tomorrow afternoon and evening as a cold front moves through. Dry weather will then return for the weekend.
You'll notice an uptick in humidity ahead of the cold front on Friday, but cooler and more comfortable conditions look to return on Saturday.
The cooler and less humid weather will be short lived as temps rise back into the mid 80s to start next week.
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