The remnants of Hurricane Isaac will pass far enough to our South allowing us to avoid any major impact from the tropical blast. However, clouds associated with the system will lead to periods of filtered sunshine with more clouds than the last couple of days, particularly to the South of Milwaukee. An isolated sprinkle or shower may pop up near the Wisconsin-Illinois border, but the vast majority of Southeast Wisconsin should remain dry. With high pressure building into our area along with a cooler air mass, temperatures will be more seasonal with more sunshine Sunday and Monday. That means we can expect readings in the mid to upper 70s to start the holiday weekend. Overall, an exceptionally pleasant Labor Day Weekend!
Have a great holiday weekend!