From Storm Team 5...
An almost muggy feel to the air we we continue through Monday. Sunshine will be blocked and filtered by clouds this afternoon and evening, but that won't stop temperatures from entering the middle to upper 70s for highs, even a few 80 degree readings north and west of Green Bay. Temperatures will be a bit cooler lakeside in the 60s and low 70s.
A slight chance for a shower emerges through the late afternoon and evening hours but nothing important nor widespread is anticipated. Most locations, in fact, likely remain dry. Any shower this evening goes away in the overnight and mostly cloudy skies linger toward daybreak. Temperatures only fall back into the 50s for lows.
Skies clear out early on Tuesday and sunny conditions are expected to take over for the morning into the afternoon. Highs will be a bit cooler in the upper 60s as northeast winds blow near 15 mph.
Wednesday sees winds turn back to the southwest and readings rebound into the upper 70s to close to 80 degrees under unlimited sunshine.
Thursday goes mostly sunny and not as warm, though still very nice, as numbers top out in the lower 70s.
Friday brings lots of sunshine once again and temps move back into the middle to upper 70s by day's end.
Saturday brings a mix of sun and clouds followed by thickening afternoon clouds and a good chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms later in the afternoon & evening. Readings climb into the upper 70s.
Sunday turns out cooler and breezier. Max temps only get into the mid 60s amidst mostly sunny weather.