Look for a few clouds tonight with temperatures in the lower 30s. Areas mainly north of Green Bay could see a light wintry mix which could lead to some slick roads early Monday.
Another quick moving system could bring a few sprinkles to flurries to the region Monday. Otherwise, skies will be partly cloudy with temperatures right around 40 degrees.
A large storm system will develop across the central U.S. on Tuesday and begin moving towards Wisconsin. This storm will first bring increasing clouds to the area Tuesday before rain and snow begins to impact the area Tuesday evening. The storm is forecast to pass through southern and eastern Wisconsin. With this current track eastern Wisconsin will be warm enough for much of the precipitation Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to remain in the form of rain. Areas northwest of Shawano will likely remain cold enough for heavy snow to accumulate. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for Langlade, Forest, and Florence counties in the WFRV viewing area beginning Tuesday evening for the potential of heavy snow.
The current guidance suggest the potential for heavy snow across central and northern Wisconsin, but this band of heavy snow could shift over the next two days. Areas near Green Bay and to the south are expected to see mostly rain from this event before switching to snow showers on Wednesday. Areas northwest of Green Bay will likely receive a swath of heavy wet snow beginning Tuesday night.
Windy conditions will develop behind the storm Wednesday afternoon. The Thanksgiving forecast is looking quiet with highs in the middle 30s. Another storm system could bring more rain and snow to the region Friday and Saturday.