Rain to start the week, then a big drop in temperatures


The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

Tonight: A few clouds will build in from the south during the overnight hours. The added cloud cover and south wind will keep temperatures mild in the 60s for lows.

Monday: Some spotty showers or a storm will be possible on Monday with highs in the upper 70s. We should get a few hours of dry weather back during the evening keeping most of the Packers dry at Lambeau Field. Another line of showers and storms will move through during the overnight.

Rain showers will taper early Tuesday with clearing skies from west to east as highs struggle to hit 70. The autumn season officially begins Wednesday afternoon with temperatures in the middle 60s. We’re still looking on the cooler end of things Thursday before we try to get closer to 70 on Friday with a few scattered rain showers possible. Highs by next weekend will be in the 60s to around 70 with dry conditions.

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