TURNING COOLER WITH SPOTTY SHOWERS
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Temperatures tonight will settle into the upper 30s north and low-to-mid 40s elsewhere. Skies will stay partly cloudy overnight. Spotty showers can be expected Thursday, but like today, the day will not be a washout. Winds will be out of the north at 10-15 mph. That cooler breeze blowing over the relatively warm waters of Lake Michigan may lead to waterspouts forming.
The coming days will be cooler with daytime highs in the low-to-mid 50s tomorrow. On Friday, temperatures will have a tough time even making it back to 50! After tonight, overnight lows will be in the 30s area-wide for a couple of nights. Frost will be possible throughout the Fox Valley and southward on both Thursday and Friday nights.
The upcoming weekend will remain cool. Friday will be dry, save for a stray sprinkle, but showers will develop LATE Saturday afternoon and continue through Sunday. Rain totals could be as high as 0.25″-0.50″. As of now, it looks like the weather dries out in time for the Packers-Falcons game on Monday. Temperatures begin to warm back up next week with highs into the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday.
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WATERSPOUTS POSSIBLE THURSDAY AFTERNOON
THURSDAY: N 10-15 KTS WAVES: 2-3′
FRIDAY: NNW 5-10 KTS WAVES: 1-2′
TONIGHT: Spotty showers possible with mostly cloudy skies. LOW: 42
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with spotty showers. Cool and brisk. HIGH: 54 LOW: 34 (FROST IN SPOTS)
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy and cool. Stray sprinkle? HIGH: 50 LOW: 35 (FROST IN SPOTS)
SATURDAY: Clouds thicken. Showers develop LATE. HIGH: 52 LOW: 40
SUNDAY: Scattered showers. Mostly cloudy and breezy. HIGH: 53 LOW: 39
MONDAY: Milder with a mix of sun and clouds. Breezy at times. HIGH: 59 LOW: 45
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and mild. Showers NORTH. HIGH: 64 LOW: 46
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and seasonably mild once again. HIGH: 64
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