Fans of yesterday’s hot weather are in luck. Today looks to be similar to yesterday, just slightly less humid. High temperatures will likely break the 90 degree mark for most of 21 Country today under mostly sunny skies. That would mark the fifth 90 degree day in June, a huge shift from the unseasonably cool weather we experienced during the middle part of the month when low temperatures dipped into the 50s. Tonight, the weakened remnants of a front that is heading southeast from northern Wisconsin will bring some scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 60s during the overnight hours.
The hot streak will continue as we move into July. Highs in the upper 80s and low 90s will continue throughout the work week into the Fourth of July holiday. The persistent hot and humid air mass over the area will keep chances for afternoon pop-up showers and storms in the forecast.
Enjoy Sunday and the last day of the month!
-Meteorologist Nikki Pietrus