Wednesday Morning Video Forecast 10-11


Good Wednesday folks! Mostly cloudy skies this morning along with a few sprinkles or an isolated shower give way to a bit of sunshine as we go forth today. Highs reach the lower 60’s in Green Bay. Northeast winds continue breezy at 10-15 mph but diminish into this evening.

Skies will be partly cloudy tonight and lows fall to cool, but above normal, levels in the upper 40’s. Thursday brings clouds and some sunshine along with readings again topping out in the lower half of the 60’s.

Friday starts with sunshine and rising temps but clouds increase for the afternoon and scattered showers become possible by late day into the evening. Highs climb into the upper 60’s.

Saturday begins with scattered showers in especially southern sections of the viewing area. A new slug of moisture develops as the afternoon unfolds and a more significant period of rain looks to occur Saturday evening into Sunday morning. The mercury only reaches to around 60 degrees on the first half of our weekend.

Early rain on Sunday ends and the afternoon gives a good deal of clouds and a few breaks for sun along with much cooler temps in the middle 50’s. The weekend looks quite windy overall.

Monday and Tuesday go drier with milder temps climbing to around 60 degrees on Monday and into the middle 60’s by Tuesday afternoon.

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