A cold front moved through Wisconsin yesterday and it brought in a Canadian air mass. Skies will clear overnight with low temperatures in the low to mid-fifties. The air mass coming in behind this boundary is noticeably cooler. High pressure building in for Friday should provide plenty of sunshine with mainly dry weather and below average high temperatures in the low to mid-70's lasting through the weekend. The air will be comfortably dry with only a small chance for a late afternoon pop-up shower on Sunday. We should see temperatures back to near eighty degrees by late next week.