The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for most of the WFRV viewing area until the afternoon on Monday. Wind gusts early Monday could top 40 mph out of the west and northwest. This could make travel difficult for high profile vehicles and lead to blowing snow in open areas.
Tonight: Snow showers will taper to flurries and patchy drizzle through the night under a mostly cloudy sky. Lows will be in the 20s with winds turning out of the west at 10-25 mph.
Monday: Flurries will continue at times early Monday as strong west to northwest winds gust over 40 mph with falling temperatures into the teens late in the day.
It’ll be a mostly sunny, but cold day on Tuesday with highs only in the teens after temperatures in the morning start out in the single digits! We’ll rebound back into the 20s on Wednesday ahead of our next quick moving system which could bring a light rain and snow mix to the area on Thursday. Temperatures will hold in the low to middle 30s late in the week with another chance for a rain and snow mix on Friday. Highs next weekend look to be above average in the middle 30s with just a few snow showers wrapping up early Saturday.