Good Monday morning! It is definitely a frigid start to the day with temperatures near -10 degrees and wind chills between -15 and -25 degrees. Highs this afternoon only make it into the lower teens as southwest winds go between 5-15 mph. Clouds will increase through the morning and early afternoon but not much is anticipated locally precipitation-wise into this evening. Perhaps a dusting or coating of snow can get laid down for the southern row of counties of the viewing area late this afternoon and early evening.
Clouds will show a decreasing trend later tonight and numbers are to respond by falling below zero once again. Tuesday looks mostly sunny and continued very cold with temps topping out in the low teens. Clouds will increase again tomorrow evening and a chance for light snow arrives late evening into the overnight bringing perhaps a new dusting or coating by the drive time Wednesday morning.
Activity ends and Wednesday afternoon goes drier with even a break or two for sunshine. Readings reach the middle teens. Thursday brings mostly sunny skies back to Northeast Wisconsin but temperatures will not be warming up very much. Max temps head for the mid to upper teens.
The Friday / Saturday time frame brings back the chance for snow to parts of the region. The best chance for accumulating snow looks to be the further south you reside in the viewing area. Obviously, this is still several days away and much can change. Stay tuned. Friday and Saturday see temperatures rise into the middle to upper teens. Sunday looks quieter again and just a touch milder in the low 20’s as sunshine reappears.