Mild start to the work week, more wintry weather ahead


The latest Northeast Wisconsin Weather Forecast from Storm Team 5…

The storm that brought anywhere from 1″-5″ of snow across Northeast Wisconsin has now pushed to our east. The overnight will bring cloudy skies with some clearing late tonight. Lows will be in the upper teens to around 20 degrees with a north wind.

The new work week start out nice with the return of some sunshine. Highs on Monday will be above average by a few degrees in the lower 30s.

We’ll have a similar forecast into Tuesday for Groundhog Day! Clouds then build back into the area for Wednesday ahead of our next system that will bring with it a chance for a rain and snow mix and highs bump into the middle 30s for Thursday. Areas that see all snow could end up with some accumulation.

Cooler air filters in for Friday which will drop temperatures below average to wrap up the week in the lower 20s. Skies turn cloudy on Saturday with highs only in the teens. We’ll be watching for our first real taste of arctic air next Sunday. Right now, forecast guidance suggest highs could be stuck in the single digits with wind chills -20 and colder.


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