Good Friday morning everyone! Sunshine early on gives way to more clouds and scattered showers for the afternoon. Embedded thunder is possible for sections to the south and west as we go along. Cooler highs reach the upper 40’s. North to northeast winds go between 5-15 mph.
Tonight we see any evening rain showers exit and then clouds decrease for the overnight. Lows will be in the lower 30’s by daybreak Saturday.
We look for mostly sunny conditions on Saturday along with highs in the low 50’s. The mercury climbs to around 60 degrees on Sunday under unlimited sunshine.
Temps go even higher on Monday as a warm front nears and then crosses through Northeast Wisconsin. This warm front may bring a spotty shower amidst partly sunny weather on Monday.
Tuesday offers a good deal of sunshine and much warmer numbers pushing into the upper 70’s to near 80 degrees. A chance for a shower or storm enters the picture late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
Wednesday looks partly sunny with a continued risk for an isolated shower or thunderstorm. The best chance for additional rainfall, however, appears to be late Wednesday into early Thursday. Highs reach the low 70’s on Wednesday.
A bit cooler air arrives on Thursday under mostly cloudy skies. There will still be the risk for a shower or two. Readings will likely be cooler in the lower half of the 60’s.