Good Wednesday morning! Light rain and drizzle start the day for us here from Green Bay to the Fox Cities and over to the Lakeshore. Drizzle and fog are to be more of a factor into the Northwoods. It stays damp into at least early afternoon and clouds hang tough all day long. Winds will be picking up through the late morning and afternoon and shifting to the west northwest at 15-25 mph, gusting higher at times.
Mostly cloudy skies carry through tonight and lows fall back to around 30 degrees by daybreak Thursday. Winds are to remain brisk overnight keeping things chilly for the kids heading off to the bus stop tomorrow morning. Thursday brings an overall partly sunny sky along with colder temperatures in the mid to upper 30’s for highs. Winds back down early in the day.
Friday sees a return to cloud cover and a chance for patches of drizzle through the day. It appears the best chance for rain will arrive later Friday into the first half of Saturday. Winds pick up yet again to wrap up the workweek and it will definitely be a raw one on Friday with the mercury hovering close to 40 degrees.
Saturday morning rain showers taper off and colder air works into the region for the afternoon. Maximum temps in the upper 30’s will likely be achieved during the morning with colder air pressing in during the afternoon hours. A few flurries will be possible as the colder air mass settlers across Northeast Wisconsin but nothing significant is anticipated. It stays continued windy on the first half of our weekend.
Sunday keeps things breezy, but not quite as windy, and cold with numbers topping out in the low 30’s for the game at Lambeau Field between the Packers and Baltimore Ravens. Be prepared for a cold one despite a good amount of sunshine.
Winds increase on Monday out of the southwest and help send temps on an upward climb into the middle 40’s underneath mostly sunny conditions. Another cold front has its sights set on Northeast Wisconsin for Tuesday. Clouds, a bit of sunshine, and colder temps in the 30’s can be expected at that time.