From Storm Team 5…
Feeling warm and muggy for our Sunday as temperatures start and end mild. We’ll see afternoon temperature readings in the middle to upper 80s.
Into the afternoon and evening, the skies may darken up enough to produce spotty showers or thunderstorms, which could bring a brief downpour to your community. Many locations will likely escape rain free.
Pretty foggy in Sturgeon Bay to start off the morning. Expect a warm and muggy day, with a chance for a spotty afternoon thunderstorm. pic.twitter.com/nF2rd3Azbv— WFRV-TV Weather (@WFRVweather) July 15, 2018
Tonight, skies will be partly cloudy after the showers pass, but still feeling warm and muggy with temperatures that drop to about 70 degrees.
Monday, skies goes from cloudy to sunny as a cold front moves overhead. This will drop the humidity a little, but temperatures are still expected to reach the middle 80s in the afternoon.
Tuesday will feel very comfortable as humidity drops, and the skies will be filled with sunshine. Highs in the upper 70s.
Another great day anticipated Wednesday with low humidity and lots of sun. Highs to around 80 degrees.
An area of low pressure will start to enter the area by the end of the week. This will increase the chance for showers Thursday night, Friday, and Saturday as it rotates over Wisconsin. We’ll keep the chance for a spotty shower each day, and temperatures will be in the middle to upper 70s.