From Storm Team 5…
Nice weather will be with us for the first day back to work and, in some cases, back to school. You’ll notice a mix of clouds and intermittent sunshine, lighter south-southwest winds, and temperatures approaching 70 degrees for a high. Any rain chances will pass by to the north in the UP of Michigan.
Looking at sunshine to kick off the week! Just know that it is a little chilly out there this morning, so you may need a light jacket stepping out the door.#Oshkosh #LakeWinnebago #StormTeam5 pic.twitter.com/rfostXqMpe — Jordan Lamers (@jordan_lamers) June 3, 2019
Tonight, you can expect partly cloudy skies and a dry night as we drop lows to 56 degrees.
Warmer temps already by tomorrow, but it comes with more rain chances. Through the late morning and afternoon we may bump into a spotty shower or thunderstorm. Otherwise, you can expect mostly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the mid and upper 70s.
Wednesday, there will also be a chance for a stray shower or thunderstorm. Temperatures will be around 75 degrees in the afternoon.
Sunshine will take over again by Thursday as high pressure returns to the forecast. Temperatures will bump up again to about 78 degrees for the high.
Friday also brings back some sun with a high of 78 degrees.
A few more clouds will dim and block the sun on Saturday, but the day should be dry with temps in the mid and upper 70s.
It looks like Sunday will bring back our next chance for a few showers, but at this point timing and intensity is up for grabs. Temps should round out to 75 degrees to wrap up the weekend.