Saturday: Sunny, warmer.
Wind: S/SW 5-10
Sunday: Increasing clouds, 40% chance of showers and isolated T-storms. Mild.
Wind: S/SE 6-13
Clear and quiet weather will continue through Saturday, with the sunshine and gentle south winds leading to a warmer afternoon.
The mild weather will continue Sunday, but a cold front will drift southward through the state, possibly triggering scattered showers and a few T-storms. Monday will be cooler with the chance of showers and isolated T-storms continuing as a wave of low pressure tracks through just to the south of the state.
The temperature pattern the rest of the week will be near or slightly above average. A chance of showers will return Thursday.
Several River Flood Warnings remain in effect for the News9 coverage area. As of late evening Friday, the rivers included were: Wisconsin, Wolf, Embarrass, Yellow, and Black. Other rivers and streams in the area are at high levels with swift current flows. The status of rivers can be updated from this webpage of the National Weather Service in Green Bay: www.weather.gov/grb. On the main page, click-on “Rivers and Lakes”, which takes you to an interactive map.
Have a great weekend! Meteorologist Mike Breunling