Today will be partly cloudy, seasonably warm, and a bit more humid. Variable breezes should become southwest but stay light. A cold front will push into northwest Wisconsin later in the day, triggering a few showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon across parts of Ashland, Iron, Price, and Vilas counties. The scattered showers will move southeast across the rest of the area tonight. The system will still bring a good chance of scattered showers Sunday. The rain doesn’t look very heavy, with most spots just getting 0.25 inch or less. With lots of clouds Sunday it will be much cooler.
The cooler than normal weather will stick around early next week as high pressure drops in from Canada.
Temperatures will trend warmer again beginning Wednesday.
South winds by next Thursday and Friday will usher in slightly higher humidity. This coupled with an approaching weather system from the Plains could deliver some showers and thunderstorms Friday.
Meteorologists Tony Schumacher and Mike Breunling