We experienced a bit more humid on Sunday with hazy sunshine and temperatures which warmed into the 80s. This trend will continue for the first part of next week. Highs will warm into the upper 80s to around 90 degrees across Northeast Wisconsin. Even the lakeshore will warm into the 80s throughout the day on Monday and Tuesday. Some patchy fog near the lake is possible although the rest of us will see the hazy sunshine and feel very humid on Monday. I wouldn't rule out the chance for a pop up shower during the afternoon in the Northwoods. The rest of us with continue to see the hazy and sticky conditions throughout the day. Some locations like Green Bay could see the first 90 degree day for the season on Monday.
The very sticky conditions will also continue into Tuesday as the warmest air of the year arrives -- anticipate highs to soar into the upper 80s to near 90 Tuesday -- a storm threat will arrive on Tuesday cooling us down behind the weather system producing those storms.
Generally dry weather will remain with us for the latter part of the next work week as temperatures drop back into the 70s along with less humidity.
Some showers are possible late Saturday with a better chance for showers and thunderstorms next Sunday.
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