An upper level ridge has lifted into Southeast Wisconsin allowing some hot temperatures to enter the region. Readings will rise to near 90 degrees again in many locations. While there is a little ripple in the atmosphere approaching today, it has been weakening the closer it gets and so we should remain free from any significant widespread precipitation for Friday. Saturday looks to be another quiet day with plenty of sunshine driving temperatures well above average again. The next more organized storm system should begin spreading some clouds into our area later Saturday into Saturday night with the next best chance for showers and storms following on Sunday.
Have a great Friday and a terrific weekend!