GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - If you need to mow your lawn, the next two days would be a good time to do it.
Dry weather is predicted into Wednesday, and temperatures will stay above normal.
The recent drought has not stopped the weeds from growing -- and many lawns are a bit greener now, after the recent rains.
Most of the state received brief downpours on Saturday, with some areas getting a half-inch of rain or more. Stueben in Crawford County had just over three-fourths of an inch.
Normal highs for Wisconsin are in the 60's for late September. Highs in the 70's are predicted throughout the Badger State Monday, and many areas could reach the 80's by Wednesday.
After that, a low pressure system is expected to move in, bringing rain and somewhat cooler temperatures for the rest of the week.