Happy Tuesday! Lots of clouds are to be expected today in Green Bay as temperatures remain frigid in the upper teens for highs. A flurry may be seen this morning but absolutely nothing accumulates today for anyone within Northeast Wisconsin. Northwest winds will be near 15 mph this morning and early afternoon before subsiding into this evening. Wind chills today are to be in the single digits.
Tonight we look for partly cloudy skies and cold temps dipping to around 10 degrees before rising in the overnight as clouds increase. Snow develops in the overnight period and continues through the morning hours on Wednesday. Snow will likely carry into the early to mid-afternoon as well before exiting by late day.
Several inches of snow will be certainly be possible for portions of Northeast Wisconsin. At the time of this writing, Green Bay to the Fox Cities and over to the Lakeshore look to run a high risk of getting some healthy snow accumulations. Highs tomorrow max out in the mid 20’s. East to southeast winds will be brisk particularly during the afternoon at close to 15 mph.
Lows drop into the middle single digits by daybreak Thursday as clouds break apart a bit in the overnight. Partly sunny weather is expected for Thursday with cold temps only hitting the lower 20’s. Friday sees clouds increase yet again and a new chance for light snow arrives later in the day into the evening. Readings on Friday reach the lower 20’s.
The weekend right now looks generally quiet with some scattered flurries perhaps from time to time and chilly temperatures in the middle 20’s for highs. Next week may see a bit of a reprieve at least on a few occasions with temps jumping back into the lower 30’s or so before much colder air again tries to head southward into Christmas weekend.