Snow exits to some afternoon sunshine


The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

Snow will taper off in northern sections during the afternoon and some sun will work in behind that snowy weather. Highs should be warm enough around Green Bay and south to melt off the morning snow a bit where temps get into the mid and upper 30s, remaining below freezing for the northern half of the area.

Tonight will be quiet with partly cloudy skies – there may also be some fog that develops late tonight. The overnight low will be mild around 24 degrees.

Mild and damp for Christmas Eve on Friday. We will have thickening clouds along with some very light rain or drizzle that develops. In the morning, it might be cold enough up north for that rain to freeze and create some icy spots on untreated roads and sidewalks. Afternoon highs will be spanning the 40s!

Christmas Day on Saturday also looks fairly quiet as we will just have some clouds out there most of the day. Late in the day, there is a slight chance for some light snow to form, but it doesn’t look to be a huge impact at this point. The high is 34 degrees.

Sunday will also have mostly dry conditions during the day with a high of 32 degrees. Partly sunny with a new system arriving at night that will bring a snowy mix Sunday night into Monday.

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