Happy Thursday morning folks! We are looking at mostly cloudy skies today and perhaps a flurry but nothing important from Green Bay to the Fox Cities and to the Lakeshore. A bit better chance for some scattered flurries will be in westernmost sections of the viewing area. Highs today land in the lower 30’s by late afternoon. East northeast winds go from 5-15 mph with the most noticeable breezes as we go along this afternoon.
A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 9 PM this evening and runs until 9 AM Friday morning. A wintry mixture is expected to develop later this evening with light accumulations of snow & ice resulting in some slippery travel early tomorrow morning.
Activity shifts more to liquid before ending around sunrise. Mostly cloudy skies are likely to linger into Friday afternoon with mild temps pushing to close to 40 degrees before all is said and done.
Saturday begins chilly around 20 degrees under partly cloudy skies but clouds and winds will be on the increase once again through the day as our next weather system approaches. Temps get to near 40 degrees by late day and rain is likely to develop at some point during the evening. A wintry mix will be possible further northward into the Northwoods.
Wet weather ends very early Sunday morning and most of Sunday shakes out mostly sunny and windy with highs climbing to not far from 40 degrees yet again.
A warm-up gets under way on Monday under sunny skies, the mercury sets sail for at least the lower 40’s. Another mild one is likely on Tuesday underneath a mixture of sun & clouds. Temperatures get into the low to perhaps mid 40’s.
A bit cooler weather can be anticipated on Wednesday as northeasterly winds draw down cooler air into Northeast Wisconsin. Readings top out in the mid 30’s. Mostly cloudy skies may yield a rain or snow shower as we go along.