The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

Increasing clouds and chilly out there for Monday. Temperatures will be similar to Sunday with afternoon highs in the middle 30s with light winds. We’ll keep an eye on a weak disturbance moving in from Minnesota this afternoon and evening which could drop light snow showers, flurries or sprinkles, especially in central and northern Wisconsin.

Clouds with a chance of snow showers tonight. Many will not get measurable accumulation, but a few spots up north could be around 1 inch by tomorrow morning. The low is 30 degrees.

Tomorrow is the day for most to get the first snowfall accumulation of the season. Scattered snow showers with a wintry mix or rain/snow near Lake Michigan. ACCUMULATION TOTALS are expected to be around 1 to 3 inches, highest totals to the north. Temperatures will top out around 37 degrees with east winds from the lake at 5 to 10 miles per hour.