From Storm Team 5…
Clouds are to be on the increas overnight leading to some possible flurries / light snow showers early Friday morning.
At this point nothing more than a dusting, or at worst a coating, looks to fall especially for locations north and east of Green Bay. Lows tonight will be during the evening in the middle to upper single digits but readings rise overnight as clouds thicken throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
Any early snowflakes may end as a bit of freezing drizzle Friday morning. Clouds eventually give way to some filtered sun during the afternoon as temperatures slowly but steadily climb to highs in the middle to upper 30s locally from Green Bay to the Fox Cities. Readings will likely push into the 40s for westernmost sections such as Waupaca and Wautoma. Highs temperatures on Friday may, in fact, be logged during the early evening as milder air really looks to surge in later in the day. Southwest winds will be breezy tomorrow near 15 mph.
Saturday brings partly sunny to mostly cloudy conditions to most of the region. Our next weak weather disturbance will be coming together out to our west on the first half of the weekend and may bring about a sprinkle or shower into the evening for a portion of the viewing area. Most of Saturday, however, turns out dry. Later Saturday night into the first half of Sunday there will be a chance for a few rain or snow showers but nothing too important appears to be in the cards. Highs on Saturday will be near 40 degrees. Sunday afternoon sees a return to some level of sun and daytime numbers stays above normal in the mid to upper 30s for highs.
Plentiful sunshine is to be on tap for Monday along with mild temps for the season pushing to around 40 to the lower 40s. A cold core of air in eastern Canada, however, may send a lobe of colder air our way heading into the middle of next workweek.
It remains to be seen just how cold this air will be but, at present, it appears as though Tuesday may squeeze out another morning and early afternoon of above normal temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. A cold front drops southward into the region at some point Tuesday and may bring some scattered flurries or a few light snow showers as colder air overspreads Northeast Wisconsin. Otherwise, Tuesday brings a general partly sunny sky condition.
Wednesday and Thursday have potential to turn out on the colder side in the 20s if the most recent computer information verifies. Nonetheless, a ridge of high pressure out to the west likely moves eastward thereafter bringing a milder type of a weather regime back at us into the following weekend.