TUESDAY NIGHT: Rain should end before midnight but while it sticks around, it still could come down heavily and in Wisconsin, perhaps vigorously enough to be considered severe weather. Rain totals have already run 1-2" in many towns. After midnight, it should slowly clear. Low temps will be 48-53. The wind will be N 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The low pressure system of Tuesday will continue to drift to somebody else's neighborhood and we'll get a partly sunny sky as a high pressure system continues to slowly take over. High temps will be 68-73. The wind will be W 5-15 mph.
THURSDAY: The high will have completed its conquest of the Upper Midwest so the sky will become mostly sunny. Low temp in the morning will be 55-60. The high temp will perk up to a range of 75-80. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: A new low pressure system and its leading warm front will begin the ponderous process of retaking the sky for the cloudy side. Later in the day, the cloudy sky will set us up for a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms. Morning low will be 60-65. Friday afternoon high will be 78-83. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
WEEKEND: Showers and thunderstorms will be possible Saturday and Sunday as temperatures and dewpoints both go up. Both days will have high temps running from 85-90, low temps ranging from 65-70 with dewpoints placing between 65-70 as well. Dewpoints that high indicate high humidity so it will be muggy.