It’s been a beautiful Thursday afternoon with high pressure overhead, but skies will fill with a little more cloud cover late Thursday night. This will lead to a chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms early Friday morning.
Low pressure moving through the Upper Midwest will continue to dive southeast into Wisconsin, and then into northern Illinois by sunrise Friday. Ongoing thunderstorms across Wisconsin will continue to move to the southeast and out over Lake Michigan as a warm front lifts into the Stateline.
Severe weather is not expected overnight and most of the heaviest rain will remain to the north over Wisconsin. A quick moving cold front will pass through Friday morning with winds shifting around to the North, gusting 25-30 mph at times. Skies will likely turn partly sunny during the afternoon and evening, but should remain dry.