From Storm Team 5…
Sunshine carried us through the entire day today, bringing temperatures into the upper 50s and middle 60s away from Lake Michigan.
Tonight, mostly clear skies will stay the common rule, but temperatures will not be as bitterly cold. It will be a great night to check out the full Pink Moon, which turns full at 1:58am. Overnight lows drop to the upper 30s to around 40 degrees.
Monday starts mild, and ends mild as well. A summer-like feel to the air is expected as breezy south winds crank our temperatures into the 70s for highs! The sky will be mixed with clouds and sunshine, and later in the day, a weak disturbance could bring a sprinkle or light rain showers to areas west and north of Green Bay and the Valley. Everywhere else will remain dry.
Tuesday will be another very warm day for us. Temperatures will once again push into the 70s for afternoon highs, but a cold front will slide in during the evening, which will bring a better chance for a few showers or late-day thunderstorms.
Temperatures continue to be mild into the middle part of the week, but Wednesday and Thursday will also include the chance for scattered rain showers, possibly a few thunderstorms as well.
By next weekend, sunshine will emerge again and temperatures will fall to seasonal levels.