NOT AS WINDY, WITH AFTERNOON SNOW SHOWERS
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Strong low pressure is moving away from us and pushing into eastern Canada. This means it won’t be nearly as windy as it was yesterday... However, that storm has dragged a cold front across Wisconsin. It’s along this boundary, a weaker area of low pressure will push some afternoon snow showers into eastern Wisconsin. At the onset of the precipitation, some rain or sleet is possible. A slushy coating to 1/2″ of snow is possible, mainly on grassy surfaces. A few slick spots are possible towards the evening commute home, with any precipitation ending this evening.
It’s going to be colder tomorrow with a blustery northwest wind. But, within a few days, milder weather returns to Wisconsin. High temperatures will rise well into the 50s on Thursday.
The weather looks cooler again into next weekend. Right now, we’re calling for a chance of light rain Saturday morning for the start of the Wisconsin gun-deer hunting season, with highs in the lower 40s.
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AFTERNOON: W 5-15 MPH
TUESDAY: NW 10-20 MPH
AFTERNOON: Snow showers or a light mix... A slushy coating to 1/2″ of snow is possible. Not as windy. HIGH: 38°
TONIGHT: Clearing skies. A bit chilly. LOW: 22
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. Cold and blustery. HIGH: 34 LOW: 21
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Turning breezy late. HIGH: 45 LOW: 39
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. Mild and breezy. HIGH: 57 LOW: 34
FRIDAY: Clouds thicken. Late showers. HIGH: 47 LOW: 38
SATURDAY: Cloudy and cool with a chance of rain. HIGH: 43 LOW: 33
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. Maybe an early wintry mix? HIGH: 41
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