Wednesday September 28, 2016 Updated: 11:05 PM
Clouds have been moving out of Western Wisconsin tonight and should lead to a mostly clear sky. Areas of fog may develop by morning while temperatures drop down into the seasonable 40's.
High pressure over Southern Canada will take hold for the next day or two providing dry weather. Thursday will be the nicest day we've seen so far this work week, after all of the clouds and rainfall yesterday, we will have plenty of sunshine returning to the Chippewa Valley. There may be some fog around in places to start off, otherwise that sun will allow temperatures to rise a bit above normal.. close to 70 by later afternoon. The nice weather will carry into Friday, though some clouds may again be on the increase. The same pesky low pressure system that has been with us the last few days will hang out in the Ohio Valley through tomorrow before slowly edging back to the north and perhaps even a bit west. This is what will bring those increasing clouds, but it will remain mild and dry with highs again in the upper 60's.
The one day that may have the most impact from this returning system will be Saturday. Right now I still believe it will be dry for most of us with the best chances of showers over the eastern half of the state. Still, we will have a mostly cloudy sky and there may be a few sprinkles. It will be a touch cooler, but seasonable with highs in the mid 60's. By Sunday this system will again be on the move, heading slowly out to the east, with a partly sunny sky and highs again in the 60's.
A southerly flow then returns early next week as the next cold front pushes across the Plains. This system will take a few days to arrive, so both Monday and Tuesday look dry with some sunshine and mild weather. We should be able to climb back into the lower 70's. Shower and storm chances then return Tuesday night into Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Darren Maier