From Storm Team 5…
The Wisconsin DNR has highlighted all of Northeast Wisconsin under a Very High Fire Danger for today. No burning is permitted due to the strong winds and low humidity values.
Temps will be well below average on Friday as a breezy north wind brings down chilly air from Canada. With the cool air around, it’s possible to see an isolated flurry or sprinkle off of Lake Superior. Beside that, it’s a mix of clouds and sunshine with afternoon highs in the low 40s! The wind from 15 to 25 miles per hour will keep wind chills in the 30s.
Tonight will get cold again. A few clouds out there and a low down to 28 degrees – and that brings back another freeze warning across our counties.
Saturday will be nicer under mostly sunny skies. It stays chilly with a breeze, but highs will increase to 56 degrees. It’s later at night that weather turns sour again with a chance for rain and snow.
The rain/snow chance continues into Mother’s Day on Sunday. Clouds will hang tough through most of the day with highs in the upper 40s to around 50.
We get back into more sunshine early next week with highs in the lower 50s. Our weather pattern will start to change late next week as highs begin to climb back closer to the lower 60s.