Cool Sunday followed by slowly rising temps the rest of the week

MADISON (WKOW) – Expect multiple rain chances over the next week with temps progressively getting warmer. TONIGHTShowers and storms are developing in Iowa and Minnesota and will move into western Wisconsin later this evening before fizzling overnight. Highest rain chances tonight will be in Madison and areas west. SUNDAYAs the upper level area of low pressure slowly moves into Wisconsin, we can expect some spotty, light showers, especially in the morning. 2 Ton Ice Maker Because of the cloudy set up, expect cool conditions with temps only getting into the mid to upper 60s. MONDAYA weak area of high pressure moves in to start the work week allowing for dry conditions to return, and with some more sunshine, temps will warm into the low and mid 70s. TUESDAYHighs will stay pleasant in the mid 70s with clouds building in the afternoon and a few more rain showers possible late-day ahead of another upper level low pressure system. Ice Maker, Beer Cooler, Cooler Bag, Cooler Box, Mini Bar Fridge – Rykay,https://www.rykay.com/

Kirby Yates: The best MLB closer you’ve never heard of

Ten years ago, no one in baseball wanted him. Today, Kirby Yates is the envy of every team who now wants to trade for him. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Not a single team bothered to draft him 10 years ago. And the next decade was spent sold, released, purchased, waived and traded. He spent parts of nine years in the minor leagues. “If it happens, it means I’ve come full circle,’’ Yates told USA TODAY Sports. “I’ve failed a lot. I mean, I’ve been failing for years. And to make the All-Star Game, it would be unbelievable. This game is funny. It’s crazy. It’s weird.’’ Who would ever have imagined that Yates, who was shuffled and discarded like a used deck of cards from five different organizations in three years, would have the loftiest statistics by any closer in baseball? Kirby Yates has converted every save opportunity this season. (Photo: Joe Camporeale, USA TODAY Sports) Yates has been virtually perfect this season, leading the major leagues with 23 saves in 23 opportunities, with a league-leading 0.96 ERA, yielding a .137 batting average against right-handed hitters, to go ...