Good Monday morning across Northeast Wisconsin! Mostly sunny skies early on give way to just partly sunny conditions later this morning into the early afternoon. We stay dry ( though very humid ) for many hours today locally in Green Bay. Highs reach the middle 80s as winds relax a bit as we go along.
Scattered thunderstorms are projected to develop mid-afternoon into the mid-evening time frame along a frontal boundary situated in the southern half of the viewing area. The focus for thunderstorm activity is likely to be south of Green Bay through the southernmost sections including Marquette, Green Lake, Fond du Lac, & Sheboygan counties. Having said that, a storm cannot be ruled out as far north as Green Bay. Anything that develops this afternoon / early evening will have the potential to go to severe limits. Stay tuned to the forecast through the day.
Scattered thunderstorms this evening will tend to diminish and end but a new weather disturbance riding in from the west will bring yet another chance for scattered showers & storms overnight tonight into early Tuesday morning. Again, gusty winds can be a concern. Lows fall back into the mid 60s.
Early wet weather on Tuesday gives way to drier and a bit cooler conditions for the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 70s. Partly sunny skies can be expected overall as northeast winds go breezy around 15 mph.
Wednesday brings back our next chance for scattered thunderstorms as warmth & humidity reassemble through the morning and afternoon. It is possible that there could be a few thundershowers around Northeast Wisconsin Wednesday morning, but it is more likely that thunderstorms would occur during the afternoon / early evening. Strong to severe storms look to be possible. The mercury climbs into the mid 80s on the middle day of our workweek.
Quieter weather pushes in for Thursday as skies go mostly sunny. A very warm & humid air mass will remain in place. Temps reach the mid to upper 80s. If you can believe it, another disturbance may move in on Friday offering up the chance for more scattered showers and thunderstorms. Readings on Friday top out at least in the lower 80s.
Saturday and Sunday both appear at least partly sunny from this vantage point. A general upper-level trough over the Midwest, however, makes it difficult to completely rule out a shower or thundershower particularly on Saturday, but significant or long-lasting activity looks unlikely.