FORECAST UPDATED 8:05 AM MONDAY
Good Monday morning! After a snowy past few days, we look for a quieter day here to start the new workweek. Scattered flurries and snow showers, however, will still be possible near the Michigan / Wisconsin border. Cold weather will be in charge with temperatures topping out in the lower half of the 20s. Northwest winds go between 10-15 mph.
Tonight skies are to range from mostly to partly cloudy. Breaks in the clouds will allow for temps to really drop off to near 10 degrees in the overnight. A northwest breeze close to 10 mph will have it feeling quite chilly out there.
Tuesday brings a return to better sunshine but downright cold and well below normal weather holds firm. Highs only make it into the low 20s as west northwest winds continue a bit breezy at 10-15 mph.
Wednesday goes mainly sunny and a much milder afternoon develops with highs in the middle 30s. South winds start the day on the light side but pick up a bit later on as the milder air works into the Badger state.
Thursday offers up a mix of sun and clouds and even milder numbers headed for the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. Southwest winds will be breezy.
Cooler air slowly filters back into the region on Friday and a few scattered flurries or light snow showers will be possible. Otherwise, partly sunny skies can be anticipated to wrap up the workweek. Temps max out in the lower 30s. Breezy weather continues.
Next weekend shakes out colder again with clouds and some sunshine and perhaps even a few snow showers on Saturday. Low 20s on Saturday will be followed by middle 20s on Sunday. Expect a breezy weekend.
It appears as though a bit of a milder trend should be getting going thereafter through next workweek.
Have a GREAT week! Stay warm!