NBC26 Storm Shield Forecast

Matt's Forecast

NBC26 - Winds are still strong and will remain blustery and gusty throughout your Thursday. We're also seeing some areas of snow showers and flurries across Northeast Wisconsin. We'll see the chance for these flakes on and off through the day today. Skies will be mostly to partly cloudy, but at least temperatures will be a bit warmer today. Many spots will see highs climb this afternoon into the lower 30s. 

A reinforcing shot of cold air will move in for tonight. Skies will trend to become mostly clear tonight after a few evening flurries. Lows tonight will fall into the upper 10s to lower 20s.

Colder but sunshine tomorrow with highs in the middle 20s. Even colder on Saturday with increasing clouds. A system will bring out first round of snow to the area Saturday night into Sunday morning. Accumulations look fairly minor with only up to a few inches possible. We'll also see see temperatures trend warmer for Sunday into Monday. Another shot of snow is possible on Monday. Snow totals and the track of that system is still in question. 

More snow is possible on Tuesday as an Arctic cold front will bring frigid air to the Upper Midwest for the middle and late portion of next week. By Wednesday, morning lows will be subzero and highs will only be in the single digits. However, with gusty winds, wind chills will stay below zero. BRRRR!! 

 

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