More clouds and a small shower chance return on Sunday
It's been a spectacular September Saturday across southeast Wisconsin with abundant sunshine and temps in the low to mid 70s. Clouds will be on the increase tonight ahead of the area of showers to our west.
There's quite a bit of dry air over southern WI right now, so a lot of these showers will evaporate before reaching us. That being said, a few light showers are possible Sunday morning.
A mix of sun and clouds will help temps rise into the low to mid 70s again Sunday afternoon, but we'll be watching for a couple additional pop up showers late afternoon to early evening.
The most widespread rain will move through Sunday night into Monday morning as a front stalls across the region.
A larger area of low pressure will hang out over the Great Lakes Monday and Tuesday, keeping clouds and spotty showers around both days (more isolated Tuesday than on Monday). We can't rule out some thunder either, but the storm chance is low. Overall, rain will be pretty light with .10-.30" expected for most Sunday through Tuesday.
Clouds and showers will keep temps in the mid to upper 60s through Wednesday, but more seasonal temps move in by the end of the week. Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App for the full forecast.