More soaking rainfall will overspread Northeast Wisconsin into Wednesday morning. At times the rainfall will be moderate to heavy with a good 1"-1.5" of rain anticipated by midday Wednesday.
Temperatures will be cold enough to support snow from the Twin Cities, to Rice Lake, to Rhinelander, to Marquette! Where 2"-4" of wet early seasonal snow will fall tonight. Winter Weather Advisories are hoisted for those locations.
The rain could mix with some snow in far northern Langlade, Oconto, Marinette counties, but accumulations would be light if any.
Temperatures will turn colder and the winds will kick up Wednesday afternoon. We will start the day in the mid 40s, with falling temperatures to near 40 by 4pm and strong NW winds.
A cool day is ahead for Thursday with mostly cloudy skies and low 40s.
A seasonal Friday, before more wind brings in milder air for Saturday...we should touch the lower 50s.
The winds will taper for Sunday, but we will be cooler with highs in the mid 40s.
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