FORECAST UPDATED 10:46 PM TUESDAY
The January thaw is on across the Northwoods as temperatures reached into the low 40s this afternoon under partly cloudy skies and a light east breeze.
The skies will remain partly cloudy tonight as low temperatures settle near 20° with a light west southwest breeze. Areas of dense fog are possible after midnight.
Sunshine will greet you out the door tomorrow morning and so will unseasonably warm temperatures throughout the afternoon. High temperatures will reach into the mid to upper 30s with a southwest breeze in the 5-7 MPH range.
Our average high temperature for this time of year is 21° and on Thursday we'll most likely double that in some areas. High temperatures will hover near 40° with more sunshine than you can handle and that light southwest breeze.
Temperatures will soar into the low 40s Friday before cooling off a few degrees as we head into the weekend when we introduce more cloud cover ahead of our next weather system.
The weather pattern will once again turn active starting Saturday night and linger through much of next week when a series of storm systems could effect the region. Initially temperatures will be warm enough to support rain showers Saturday. We should see just clouds on Sunday followed by more rain showers Monday. Temperatures look to stay above average next week but may be just cool enough to support a rain/snow mix Tuesday through Thursday.
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