Happy Thursday to everyone! Early morning showers exit and leave mostly cloudy skies in their wake. A few random intervals with a few breaks for sun are possible. Most daylight hours are to turn out dry with cooler temperatures only topping out near 60 degrees. Northeast winds go rather lightly today between 5-10 mph.
A new area of low pressure approaches from the southwest this evening bringing about thickening clouds and more rainfall. Heavy rain and thunder will be with us later tonight into the overnight bringing perhaps another inch or more of rain to a good portion of Northeast Wisconsin including Green Bay to the Fox Cities and over to the Lakeshore. Lows fall back into the upper 40s by daybreak Friday.
Early rain exits and clouds break up pretty quickly leading to lots of sunshine by late Friday morning and into the afternoon. Northwest to west winds will be breezy tomorrow as readings climb higher again and make it into the middle 70s by day’s end.
Saturday brings filtered sun as high and mid-level clouds increase throughout the day ahead of a new weather disturbance to bring some showers into the evening and overnight hours leading into Sunday morning. Highs reach to around 70 degrees on Saturday.
Clouds decrease Sunday morning and we should have a decent amount of sunshine mixing with clouds into the afternoon. A cooler day is anticipated for the back half of the weekend with numbers maxing out in the lower half of the 60s.
Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies are in the forecast for Monday as temps get into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees before all is said and done.
Plentiful sun breaks out on Tuesday and encourages the mercury to rise into the lower 70s during the afternoon.
Partly sunny skies may give way to more clouds and a few showers through the day on Wednesday. Readings climb into the lower 70s once again.