StormTeam 8 Forecast: High 73° / Low 45°... Another warm day with mostly sunny skies this AM, passing clouds this afternoon & evening. Partly cloudy & seasonable tonight.
Updated Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 7:40 AM...
What a gorgeous start to the week yesterday with sunshine and highs in the mid 60s to around 70º.
Today will be even a touch warmer with highs in the 67-73º range. Expect lots of sunshine in the morning, then passing clouds in the afternoon. These clouds will be from a weakening disturbance moving in from the west. It will produce some light rain showers north/west of our viewing area, but I expect the showers to dissipate before reaching us as it runs into much drier air.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and seasonable with morning lows in the 40-45º range. Traditional cold spots north/east will likely slip into the 30-35º range.
Wednesday will be a touch cooler, but still mild with highs in the upper 60s to around 70º. A weak disturbance over the Great lakes could try to spark some isolated t-showers during the afternoon/evening hours over central and eastern parts of Wisconsin. I have our area staying dry for now, but there's a small chance these could clip far eastern parts of the viewing area (especially Juneau & Adams counties). This will be something to keep an eye on for Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Looking Ahead... Mild weather continues through the week with highs in the upper 60s to around 70º. It will be even warmer this weekend with highs well into the 70s.
Small chances for a few t-showers arrives for Friday and Saturday, then a better chance for some widespread showers and storms exists late Saturday night into Sunday. That rain chance could linger into Monday morning as well.
Have a great Tuesday! -Bill Graul