The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…
Temps take big jump Tuesday! Get ready for a muggy “summer-like” day with highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s – the record high for Green Bay is 90 degrees and we will make a run at that. It will be a hazy, sunny day with a few passing clouds in the afternoon.
With high dew points and a cold front sweeping in tonight, we will be watching for scattered thunderstorms to fire up from the evening to the early overnight hours.
- STORM WINDOW: 7pm to 1am
- LOCATION: Highest chance for severe thunderstorms in the Fox Cities and areas to the south (refer to the map below).
- RISKS: Damaging winds, lightning and heavy rain will be the highest threats. Large hail could form within the storms. Isolated tornado spin ups are also possible, but it’s the lowest threat.
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Tomorrow turns nicer again. Mostly sunny and a bit cooler, but still warm for early June. The high goes to 84 degrees with a little less humidity.
A mix of sun and clouds for Thursday with a high of 83 degrees. There is a chance for spotty showers at night.
We may carry over a few of those showers early into Friday. The high drops a touch to 80 degrees.
Looks great into Saturday! Mostly sunny, low humidity, and afternoon temps near 76.
Sunday could bring back a chance for stray showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cool. The high is 71 to end the weekend.