Blue skies for a couple of days

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Today: Sunny and warmer.
High: 58 Wind: North 5-15

Tonight: Clear and frosty
Low: 32 (20s in the north) Wind: Becoming calm

Saturday: Sunny and pleasant.
High: 65 Wind: SW 5-10

I can see clearly now, the rain is gone. It is going to be a bright, bright, bright sunshiny day. Tomorrow will be the same, but late in the weekend there could be some rain.

A bit of high pressure is moving into Northcentral Wisconsin today. Other than a bit of fog in a few spots this morning, there should be plenty of sun and warmer temps across the area. Highs should reach the upper 50s later this afternoon which is just about normal for this time of year. The only drawback to the weather will be a bit of a breeze out of the north this morning, adding just a bit of chill to the air. North winds will be in the range of 5 to 15 mph.

Skies will remain clear tonight and tomorrow. It will be a frosty night, then with a southwest wind developing, temperatures should be even warmer, reaching the mid 60s on Saturday afternoon. The southwest wind will keep temperatures mild on Sunday with highs once again in the 60s. The difference on Sunday is that a cold front will be moving in from the northwest. This will increase the clouds and the chance of rain but not until later in the day. The weather should be good for Sunday morning Easter services. It is in the late afternoon and evening that there will be a higher chance of showers or a couple of thundershowers.

The cold front will finish its move through our area on Monday and this means a few showers could linger. The weather will also be mostly cloudy and cooler on Monday. High temps will only reach the mid 50s.

Close to seasonal weather should then develop for the middle of next week. Under partly cloudy skies the mercury should be in the 50s on Tuesday. A good amount of sun should develop for Wednesday with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

Have a super Friday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, 4:30 a.m. 19-April-2019



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