Sunny, with a high near 85. Light southwest wind increasing to 5 to 9 mph in the afternoon.
Summer in the Driftless.  There are still trout to be caught!
Creeks are clear to stained with water temperatures in the low 60s.  The main factor will be the sun.  Try not to fish hard when the sun is on the water.  Concentrate your efforts early and late when there is shade.  There are sparse hatches early and late.  Mostly midges and random mayflies (parachute adams or purple hatch!) and craneflies.
  During the day it is terrestrial time.  When the sun dries the dew on the grass, ants and beetles are out and about.  We're even seeing baby hoppers now.  Fishing a single terrestrial tight to vegetation, or a larger foam bug with a bead head dropper is excellent right now.
At night, mousing and throwing larger streamers can be effective.  It hasn't been the best mousing year so far, but with a string of drier weather for the next few days it could pick up quite a bit!