A trough pattern over the Great Lakes will give us cooler temperatures, and a stalling low pressure keeps rain in the forecast for the weekend.
Most saw rain Friday afternoon and overnight - some neighborhoods picking up multiple inches. Low pressure over Wisconsin and it's accompanying cold front will cross through the state Saturday, before remaining over the Great Lakes into Sunday. Although many in the early morning will be dry, there may be some scattered showers popping up throughout the day - especially in the afternoon.
With this system, expect chilly temperatures for this time of year! Highs Saturday will be in the low and mid 60s (highs are normally around 80). With typical low temps around the mid 50s, our actual highs will be much closer to where the lows should be! We'll also keep the chance of rain around, maybe a rumble of thunder in the Central Lower. Expect a cool Saturday night with lows in the mid 40s to around 50 degrees.
Sunday will be more of the same - scattered showers and cold afternoon high temperatures around the mid 60s.
The good news - as we head into the workweek expect a warm up and more sunshine as high pressure moves into the Great Lakes region.