SHOWERS INTO THE FIRST HALF OF THE NIGHT...
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Scattered showers will continue into the first half of the night. Areas FAR SOUTH might hear a rumble of thunder. There may also be a bit of patchy fog later tonight into Tuesday morning. Otherwise, Tuesday starts cloudy but ends with the return of later day sun. High temperatures will be mostly in the 50s.
Some sun lingers into much of Wednesday, though clouds start to return later in the day. Some passing showers could develop late Wednesday night and into Thursday. The weekend will also bring returning rain chances...
GARDENERS TAKE NOTE: At night, low temperatures will dip into the 30s at times this week. That will allow for a few bouts of frost to develop... especially NORTH of the Fox Cities. If you decided to get an early jump on planting in your garden, you’ll have to keep a sharp eye on the overnight temperatures this week.
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WINDS & WAVES:
TUESDAY: NW 10-25 KTS WAVES: 2-3′
WEDNESDAY: NW 5-15 KTS WAVES: 2′ OR LESS
TONIGHT: Showers end by midnight.. Clouds linger. Patchy fog? LOW: 44
TUESDAY: Patchy fog early? A bit breezy. Clouds break later in the day. Frost possible overnight. HIGH: 56 LOW: 35
WEDNESDAY: Early frost. Sunshine and afternoon clouds. Showers possible at NIGHT. HIGH: 60 LOW: 37
THURSDAY: An early shower SOUTH, then mostly cloudy. Frost possible at NIGHT. HIGH: 56 LOW: 36
FRIDAY: Early frost. Partly cloudy. Frost possible at NIGHT. HIGH: 55 LOW: 36
SATURDAY: Early frost. Turning cloudy. Spotty showers possible, especially SOUTH. HIGH: 59 LOW: 39
MOTHER’S DAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers... mostly SOUTH. HIGH: 54 LOW: 39
MONDAY: Still a shower chance. HIGH: 58
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