Wednesday Morning Video Forecast 9-6


Good Wednesday morning everyone! We look for basically the same conditions today to what we got yesterday. That means some sunshine, times of more clouds, and even pop-up showers late morning into especially this afternoon. Temperatures head for the low to mid 60’s and will once again be about 10 degrees below normal. Northwest or north winds will show a bit of a breeze at 5-15 mph.

Partly to mostly cloudy skies can be expected tonight with lows falling back into the mid to upper 40’s. Spotty showers return to the forecast late tomorrow morning into the afternoon amidst a partly sunny to mostly cloudy sky condition. Below normal temps continue as highs only climb into the low to mid 60’s.

A drier pattern begins on Friday. Sunshine and mixed clouds can be expected. Only little progress is to be made temperature-wise. Highs top out in the middle 60’s. The weekend is shaping up to bring increasing amounts of sunshine and a bit warmer temperatures. Upper 60’s will be attained on Saturday and lower 70’s on Sunday. Minimal clouds will be around on the back half of our weekend providing for a very nice scene at Lambeau Field for the Packers-Seahawks game at 3:25 local time.

Lots of sunshine carries into Monday and the mercury makes a run into the upper 70’s. It stays on the warmer side for Tuesday in the upper 70’s under a general partly cloudy sky.

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