Green Bay, Wisconsin - Good Frigid Friday! Another start below zero and another afternoon expected to see highs fall short of double digits. Mostly sunny skies hold all day long as northwest winds blow between 5-15 mph. Clear skies tonight pave the way for a bitterly cold overnight with lows getting to around -10 in Green Bay by daybreak tomorrow. Wind chills likely drop to between -15 and -25 degrees or so once again.
Saturday brings lots of morning sun followed by some additional high-level clouds through the afternoon and evening. The mercury tops out in the upper single digits.
Mostly cloudy skies are expected on Sunday along with some flurries or a bit of light snow. It will not be snowing at all times, however, and accumulations, if any, would be minimal. Southerly winds go breezy and help push numbers into the upper 20's by day's end.
Monday starts with clouds but some sunshine emerges as we go along and highs head for the lower 30's. West winds will be breezy.
Mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for Tuesday and relatively mild temps are projected once again into the lower half of the 30's.
Wednesday sees increasing clouds and mild readings reaching perhaps well into the 30's before all is said and done. The chance for rain, a wintry mix, or snow increases later at night into Thursday morning as a new low pressure system approaches.
Thursday sees highs in the low 30's early in the morning with temps falling thereafter as colder air works into the region from the northwest. Any mix shifts to snow showers before ending.