Thursday Morning Video Forecast 7-27


Good Thursday morning everyone! Lots of sunshine opens the day with temperatures starting in the lower half of the 60s. Clouds pop up as we go along later this morning and skies become a mix of sun and clouds for this afternoon from Green Bay to the Fox Cities.

A stray shower is possible later this afternoon / early evening locally but most locations likely stay dry. The best chance for a shower or rare rumble of thunder will be well to the north and west of Green Bay in an axis of slightly better moisture. Highs today reach close to 80 degrees. Northeast winds are to be breezy between 10-15 mph.

Any evening shower tonight is to be replaced by mostly clear skies overnight into early Friday morning. Lows fall back into the upper 50s by daybreak. Friday brings mostly sunny skies and very nice temperatures reaching the upper 70s.

The nice weather pattern continues into the upcoming weekend with plentiful sunshine and just passing clouds. No rainfall will be occurring anywhere within the viewing area on Saturday nor Sunday. Highs head for close to 80 degrees on Saturday and the lower 80s on Sunday.

Generous sunshine rolls into Monday and Tuesday, and possibly Wednesday as well, as the atmosphere continues to warm. Low to mid 80s on Monday are followed by middle 80s for Tuesday into Wednesday. A slight chance for a shower enters the picture later Wednesday into Thursday of next week but nothing too widespread or important is to occur.

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