From Storm Team 5…
A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in place across northeast Wisconsin through the morning hours, as clear skies, calm winds, and moisture from yesterday’s rain creates the low level clouds. This will expire around 9am. For the remainder of the day, there could be a few breaks for sunshine but clouds will take over into the afternoon with temperatures rising into the middle to upper 50s.
TONIGHT, there could be a few showers into the late evening as two low pressure systems merge together. Winds will pick up out of the northwest from 10 to 20 miles per hour, with the bulk of the rain holding off until after the midnight hour.
TOMORROW will bring in a better chance for a few showers scattered about from the morning into PM hours, and very windy conditions expected as well. A breeze out of the northwest will run from 20 to 30 miles per hour, and could bring on wind gusts close to 40 mph. The night will end dry as low pressure escapes to the east. Daytime temperatures on Tuesday will be in the upper 40s.
WEDNESDAY, partly sunny skies will return and dry conditions take hold once again. Highs will still be on the cooler side in the upper 40s to around 50 degrees.
More dry time into THURSDAY as well, but later into the day a few showers will work into the badger state. The chance for showers will also be included for Friday and Saturday. Both days, nighttime lows will drop below freezing, so we will include the potential to see snow showers showing up on radar.
Stay tuned for all the latest updates from Storm Team 5!