Rain moved in late Wednesday and occasional light rain showers will be around through Friday morning. A low pressure system moves right at southern Wisconsin tonight and tomorrow. With winds out of the Northeast, temperatures will be much cooler than we have seen much of this summer, closer to seasonal averages with high temperatures in the mid to upper-seventies. Showers and perhaps a thundershower will be scattered throughout the area on Thursday with some diminshment through the overnight hours. After the rain departs, another ridge of high pressure should bring more sunshine for the weekend and temperatures will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the middle-70's for a stretch of several days.