The Latest Northeast Wisconsin Weather Forecast from Storm Team 5…
A Lakeshore Flood Advisory has been issued for portions of the Lake Michigan shoreline from midnight tonight until noon Monday. A gusty southeast wind will create high waves which could lead to lakeshore flooding and minor beach erosion.
Clouds will thicken this evening and tonight. A south wind will keep temperatures in the 50s for lows. A cold front approaching from the west will bring rain to the western portions of the viewing area by early Monday morning.
Rain showers will move through northeast Wisconsin Monday morning and early afternoon. We should see clearing skies late in the day. Highs will still be near average in the lower 60s.
Spotty showers and breezy conditions are in the forecast Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Much colder fall like air ushers in from the north Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will go from near 50 degrees on Thursday to middle 40s for highs Friday. Yes, you’re seeing that 7 day graphic correctly! There could be flurries in the air Friday! That chilly air is expected to stick around into next weekend with blustery conditions.