A large area of high pressure has ushered in a cooler and drier air mass. We'll have a ton of sunshine for the first half of the weekend. Even with that sun our temperatures will barely reach the mid-70s as winds remain out of the Northwest. Clear skies overnight will allow temperatures to drop into the 40s across much of the inland areas around Southeast Wisconsin with readings near Lake Michigan barely topping 55 degrees. Saturday looks to be another bright day with highs in the mid 70s, while a return to Southerly breezes and more moisture could lead to at least some added clouds on Sunday with a few showers in the afternoon, though most of the day should be pleasant.