The passage of a cold front earlier today spells yet another cool down for the area, and it will be felt the next few days. A large area of high pressure covering the Plains into Southern Canada will slide east, bringing a few more dry days to Western Wisconsin as temperatures drop back to below average levels.
Any clouds will quickly exit this evening and a mostly clear overnight is forecast. By morning, temperatures will be in the 50's.. a far cry from Tuesday morning's start.. between 75-80! A good amount of sunshine will carry us through the morning before some clouds build in the afternoon as highs top out in the comfortable 70's.
Thursday will be another nice day in the state with plenty of sunshine expected and temperatures close to 80. Dew points will remain in the 50's so it will stay in the comfortable range. At night we will be watching for the possible development of showers and storms to our west that could slide into parts of the area into early Friday. This will be our next best chance of some rainfall, which we could use as it's been dry now for the last week. A front will begin to take shape in the Plains, gradually moving east into the weekend. Scattered showers and storms will remain in the forecast with this next system sliding through, but much of the time still looks to be dry.
Outside of the rain chances, temperatures will be warming a bit with readings climbing through the 80's on Saturday, but another shot of cooler air will return on Sunday into early next week, falling back into the 70's..