It sure was great to have such sunny weather Monday and light winds as well! It won’t be quite as sunny the next couple of days, but overall it will still be pretty decent for this time of the year.
A weak front will slide through late Monday night into Tuesday morning bringing a period of clouds and a slight chance of flurries to northern sections of the area. Lows should be in the upper 10s with south to southwest winds around 5 mph. Tuesday looks mostly cloudy to partly cloudy with highs around 31. Any stray flakes in the north would end in the morning with highs around 31. There will be a bit more wind, from the west at 10-15 mph.
A few lake effect snow showers are possible early Wednesday in far northern Wisconsin otherwise it should be variably cloudy and breezy with lows in the low 20s and highs around 31 degrees.
Another weak front will push in late Thursday keeping it a bit cloudy. Highs could bounce up to 33 degrees. There is a small chance of snows showers Thursday night into Friday morning, especially in the far north once again. Otherwise it looks partly cloudy and colder Friday with highs just in the low 20s.
Saturday should be partly sunny and breezy with highs around 34. We are projecting a somewhat more organized weather system to push through Sunday into next Monday. It could bring us a light wintry mix Sunday changing to snow showers later Sunday. The snow showers are expected to linger into Monday. While temperatures could top out in the mid 30s Sunday, cold polar air will move in by next Monday. That could keep the highs in the upper 10s to around 20. There will be gusty winds as well, so be prepared for biting wind chills!
Have a good evening. Meteorologist Tony Schumacher, 2:40 p.m., 2-December 2019