Wednesday Forecast 3/5

By Luke Sampe | luke.sampe@wearegreenbay.com

Published 02/28 2014 07:28AM

Updated 03/04 2014 10:36PM

From Storm Team 5 Chief Meteorologist Luke Sampe...

The next snowmaker is getting closer and looks like the system will pass more to the south of us, and bring in the best shot at another inch or two to areas south Oshkosh.

A northeasterly wind will also help to try and develop some light lake effect snow near the lakeshore communities Tuesday night/early Wednesday...but should not be too much of a big deal.

Most of the area is dry with partly sunny skies Wednesday with highs ranging in the upper teens to lower 20s.

With some breaks in the clouds Wednesday night....we will likely pick up our next below zero temperature into Thursday morning.

Our next snow maker arrives on Friday and will help to warm us up into the 20s and even 30s by Friday as it passes to our north.

Temps will cool a bit for Saturday, with another 'warm up' for Sunday/Monday.

In fact by Monday...we'll be teasing 40 degrees and the milder temps mean the light precipitation in the forecast on Monday will fall as a light rain/snow mix.


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