Friday: We get to once again enjoy the influence of an area of high-pressure Friday. This keeps the nice trend going with minimal cloud cover, comfortable dew points, and light winds out of the south. Temperatures will be a touch warmer topping off in the low 80s. We finally lose the influence of the high Friday night as an approaching system stirs up showers from the west.
Saturday: Showers slide west to east across the Northland through the afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms are not expected to be severe. The main band of showers moves southeast across Wisconsin exiting the Northland Sunday morning with a spotty shower lingering behind the system. All said and done, rain totals across the region should be somewhere around a quarter to a half-inch. We can expect temps to be in the upper 70s.
Sunday: A cool and dry trend sets up behind the cold front Sunday and continues through the start of next week. Temps will top out near 70 with northeast winds up to 15 mph.