Warmer Weather on the Way!
Forecast Updated at 12:00 PM Thursday
We may have had low temps in the teens and 20s below zero this morning, but we won't be seeing temps quite so cold over the next seven days. The sunshine might look kind of deceiving today, with highs close to 10 degrees and wind chills closer to zero. With vigorous warmer air moving in from the south and west tonight, low temps will bottom out just below zero around midnight.
Friday will be significantly warmer, with most starting the day a few degrees above zero. This warming trend will lead us to upper 20s for tomorrow afternoon. We'll also see a few spikes in the amount of moisture tomorrow afternoon, which could drop a few flurries over the Northwoods, but little to no accumulation. Temps could reach the 30s this weekend in Saturday, but a deep snow pack across the Northwoods may keep a few of us confined to the upper 20s. We'll see little interruption in the warmth as we head into next week, with pacific air making a push into the Midwest. This could bring us upper 30s and low 40s by the middle of next week!
Ready For the 30s!
Meteorologist Matt Brooks
Thursday: Plenty of sunshine with chilly temps.
Temps: 10° to 14°
Winds: West-southwest 5-10 mph
Wind Chills: -5° to 5°
Thursday Night: Mainly clear skies around midnight, becoming partly cloudy by dawn.
Temps: -5° to 0°
Winds: Southwest 3-8 mph
Wind Chills: -15° to -5°
Friday: Partly cloudy skies and much warmer. A slight chance of flurries during the evening.
Temps: 27° to 31°
Winds: Southwest 10-20 mph
Wind Chills: 15° to 25°
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