NBC26 - We'll stay socked with clouds and fog into this evening and tonight. Later tonight, rain will move up from the south. Temperatures could get cold enough overnight for a bit of a wintry mix or freezing rain, mainly north of Green Bay and the Fox Valley. These areas that could likely see freezing rain tonight are under a FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY for tonight through 9 AM tomorrow. Ice accumulations of a glaze to .20" are possible.
Cloudy and foggy tomorrow with periods of rain through the morning. We should dry out later on in the day. Highs for Friday will be in the middle to upper 30s.
Cloudy and foggy Friday night with some patchy drizzle possible. Lows will be in the 30s. For the weekend, it'll be milder and not as wet. However, there will be the chance for a few showers on Saturday and even into Sunday morning. Skies remain gray with areas of fog...dense at times...and temperatures topping out in the lower 40s both Saturday and Sunday.
Cloudy, foggy, and mild into early next week. A storm system for the middle of next week does look to bring down some colder air to Northeast Wisconsin along with the opportunity of more wintry precipitation and accumulating snow for all you snow lovers.