The first full week of fall is getting off to a great start. National Weather Service meteorologist, Sarah Marquardt, says unseasonably warm temperatures are in the forecast every day this week. "At least for the next week it should be warm and sunny," Marquardt told AM 1170 WFDL's Between the Lines program. Marquardt says the long range forecast is a continuation of mild weather. Following a wet spring and start to the summer, many parts of Wisconsin slipped into a dry spell with drought or near dought conditions in August.