Southerly winds will give our temperatures a big boost beginning today and continuing into Thursday. Those winds will also increase significantly by tomorrow with strong gusts coming ahead of a frontal boundary which will stall just to our West throughout Wednesday. Our more stable air mass will inhibit any wet weather in Southeast Wisconsin until the front finally makes its way closer Thursday night into early Friday. That's when we could see a few rounds of showers and thunderstorms. At this point, the holiday weekend looks to be quite warm with plenty of sunshine Sunday, but the potential of some scattered showers and storms on Saturday and Memorial Day.
Have a great Wednesday!