Tuesday Forecast 11/26

By Luke Sampe | luke.sampe@wearegreenbay.com

Published 11/22 2013 07:33AM

Updated 11/25 2013 10:44PM

From Storm Team 5 Chief Meteorologist Luke Sampe....

Mostly cloudy skies will take hold for Tuesday as strong NW winds crank up again. Highs will only be in the mid/upper 20s on Tuesday, with NW winds 10-25 mph. The wind chills will of course be much lower...likely in the teens for much of the day.

A few wind swept flurries are possible Tuesday but no significant snow around here....that's a different story in the lake effect snowbelts of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula and far northern Wisconsin.

Wednesday will still be breezy and cold. Highs will struggle to make into the upper 20s. We will get to a see a little more sunshine however. Overall it looks to be a great travel day across the state as we head for Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving could bring a few flurries, but otherwise not as windy and temperatures a touch warmer...in the lower 30s.

Black Friday will be a bit milder with partly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 30s.

Quiet weather for this coming weekend too with mid 30s in the forecast.

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