Good Monday morning folks! Overcast skies are locked in again today across Northeast Wisconsin. Rain develops in widespread fashion early to mid afternoon and carries into this evening. Amounts of one-half inch to an inch plus of rain will be possible with the heavier amounts likely south of Green Bay. East to northeast winds pick up and go between 10-15 mph. Highs temperatures will be chilly again and only reach the low to mid 50s.
This evening we see rain diminish from northwest to southeast leaving us drier for the overnight period. Lows bottom out close to 50 degrees by daybreak tomorrow.
Tuesday brings mostly cloudy skies but rain-free conditions with the mercury only getting into the upper 50s by day’s end.
A warm front nears early Wednesday morning and may spark a shower or thunderstorm as it moves across the region from south to north. A mixture of sun & clouds evolves through the morning and rolls into the afternoon. Assisted by gusty southwest winds, the mercury makes a run well into the 70s on the middle day of our workweek. A cold front approaches from the west during the evening and brings a good chance for showers and thunderstorms once again. Gusty thunderstorms will be possible.
Finally, we get back to a good amount of sunshine on Thursday but temps will be chillier again in the middle 50s or so for daytime highs.
Our next system arrives on Friday with a good chance for showers and perhaps even a few thunderstorms. Readings will be on the cooler side in the middle 50s.
As low pressure nears late Friday into Saturday morning, we may see a number of hours where temps jump up significantly as warmer air temporarily shuttles northward into our neck of the woods. Cooler air funnels back in through the second half of Saturday. A few showers and storms will be out and about Saturday morning but we should be trending drier during the afternoon and evening.
Sunday looks cool again as readings struggle into the middle 50s. Under a good deal of cloud cover, another wet weather disturbance approaches from the west and southwest during the second half of the day.