Cleat skies again on Wednesday night but warmer air settles in with low temperatures in the mid to upper-fifties. Sunshine returns again on Thursday with a bit more humidity and very windy conditions. Our more stable air mass will inhibit any wet weather in southeast Wisconsin until the front finally makes its closer Thursday night. That's when we could see a few showers and thunderstorms. At this point, the holiday weekend looks to be seasonal early then warm with plenty of sunshine Sunday, but the potential of some isolated showers and storms on Saturday and Memorial Day.