FORECAST UPDATED 5:30 AM MONDAY
A rain jacket, and an extra layer are a necessity this Monday morning! Our wet stretch of weather marches onward as yesterday's storm system continues to deliver some moisture to the Northwoods. While we do have the chance for wet weather today through tomorrow night, rainfall totals during this time look to remain somewhat modest between 0.10-0.30" (with a few locally higher amounts particularly north of Highway 8).
Wet weather will stay predominantly north of Highway 29 today, with mostly cloudy skies. Our cooler, damp and cloudy conditions will make for a cooler day, and windy conditions will put the cherry on top when it comes to making for a chillier day.
We'll stay breezy today into tonight, with wind gusts ranging between 25-35 mph. Our winds will stay out of the west, which could make for more difficult driving on north to south highways. Our windy weather stays with us into tomorrow, with temperatures looking to be the coolest of the week in the low-50s.
While we do have the slight chance for spotty showers Wednesday, we'll start to dry out and clear out some cloud cover. Temperatures warm to above normal temperatures by the end of the week, with mostly sunny skies.
It's cool, damp & windy this Monday morning!
Meteorologist Wren Clair