The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

A couple good things happening on this FIRST DAY OF SPRING! We put winter behind us at 4:24pm when the equinox occurs. Plus, the wind speeds will be going down from yesterday – expected to be around 5 to 15 miles per hour on this Monday. Highs will hit 41 degrees in Green Bay, mid and upper 30s up north, and lower 40s in southern counties. Plan on partly sunny skies, and just a small chance for light rain or flurries in the afternoon.

Tonight, mainly cloudy skies when the winds pick up again. NE winds from 10 to 20 miles per hour overnight and a low of 24 degrees.

Tuesday could bring scattered snow/rain showers during the day along a warm front. That will be a brief chance with most of the day ending up dry. The high is around 38 degrees. Another batch of widespread rain/snow will move in Tuesday night and Wednesday. This round of showers could bring an 1 to 3″ of slushy snow across the north, while most will get little, if any to accumulate.