Tuesday Morning Video Forecast 10/30


From Storm Team 5…

Cloudy skies stepping out the door today once again as a cold front makes a trek through Wisconsin.  Temperatures out ahead of the front will make it into the lower to middle 50s this afternoon.  We’ll also have a small chance for a passing light rain shower or sprinkle for the second half of the day, especially in eastern sections.

Mostly cloudy skies expected this evening, then a clearing trend will take over late at night.  Overnight lows drop into the upper 30s.

Halloween on Wednesday will be one of the best days of the week.  Mostly sunny skies carry us through the afternoon, and highs will be in the mid 50s.  Trick-or-treat hours completely dry, with evening temps in the upper 40s.

Thursday, mostly sunny skies out there again, but temperatures cooling down to the upper 40s.

One of the chilliest days of the week will be Friday as highs only approach 44 degrees.  More clouds roll in for the end of the week.

Saturday, mostly cloudy cloudy skies anticipated for the daylight hours, then a chance for some evening and overnight showers comes later on.  There may be a chance for a few showers to mix over to snow if temperatures cool down enough. Highs to 48 degrees.

Sunday, a good bet for rain will be with us for most of the day, along with some mixing to snow in northern sections. Highs again reach 48 degrees.

Dry weather return Monday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 40s.

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