We'll be sandwiched between two storm systems today, the dissintegrating former Hurricane Sandy to our East and a developing low to our West. With high pressure in control of our region there's going to be a quiet stretch with a mix of sun and clouds around Southeast Wisconsin. Continued Northwest winds will lead to another chilly day, though readings may rise a few degrees more than yesterday. Friday should be dry again with fewer clouds. Some changes arrive in time for the weekend. That next disturbance will usher in more clouds though at this point it seems that the lower levels of the atmosphere will remain so dry, we'll remain precipitation-free.
Have a great Thursday!