Good Wednesday! Mostly cloudy skies are expected today with the best chance for snow showers or a snowy mix being in southernmost sections of the viewing area mid-late afternoon into this evening. An inch or two will be possible over Marquette, Green Lake, Fond du Lac, and Sheboygan counties but the heaviest snow appears to be staying further southward from there. Highs today top out in the middle 30’s. Northeast winds go breezy at around 15 mph.
Tonight we see clouds clear out and readings dip into the upper 20’s by daybreak tomorrow.
Thursday brings sunny skies and milder temperatures headed for the upper 40’s. Friday goes mostly sunny and numbers hit the upper 40’s once again.
Saturday and Sunday look milder under lots of sunshine. Highs on Saturday head for the low 50’s, Highs on Sunday get into the middle 50’s.
Even warmer weather appears likely for Monday and Tuesday. Temps get into the lower 60’s on both of those occasions. Partly cloudy skies are projected for Monday and Tuesday. A spotty sprinkle or shower could be nearby on Tuesday but nothing important is expected precipitation-wise.