It will remain warm and humid today with a warm front draped over Minnesota and a cold front to our west. Our location in between these two fronts will be one of the causes of breezy south winds will keep that moisture and warmth tracking into the KWWL viewing area today. As the low pressure attached to the cold front tracks to the northeast, a few showers or thunderstorms may develop today, mainly along and north of Highway 20.
As the cold front tracks through, winds will turn to the southwest and eventually northwest by Tuesday morning. They will stay gusty, but will help to bring the humidity back down by bringing in some cooler air from the Dakotas. It will also bring temperatures back to the 60s and 70s for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Another system tracking through Wednesday night may squeeze out a few showers, but will mainly bring cooler temperatures for Thursday and Friday. Frost is possible again Friday morning.