Daily Forecast Update

Forecast from FOX6 Meteorologist A.J. Waterman

Mainly cloudy overnight with flurries possible north of Milwaukee as a weather system moves into the area.
After a dry start to the morning Sunday, scattered showers move into the area. Some of the heavier showers could produce mixed precipitation or snow briefly. Little to no accumulation expected.
Behind Sunday's system, it gets much colder and windy from time to time on Monday. Temperatures will fall into the teens and single digits for the first time this season on Tuesday.
Snow is possible late Tuesday, and again on Thursday, before things dry out late week.

Today:    Cloudy with scattered showers. Some snow mixing in. Breezy.
High:     44°
Wind:     SE 10-20

Tonight:  Mainly cloudy. Flurries possible north.
Low:      26°
Wind:     E 5-10

Monday:   Blustery and cold with flurries possible.
High:     30°
Wind:     NW 20-30

Tuesday:  Mainly cloudy with snow possible in the afternoon.
AM Low:   10°                    High:  23°
Wind:     VAR 5-10

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with early AM snow flurries.
AM Low:   21°                    High:  32°
Wind:     SW 5-10

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a wintry mix possible in the afternoon. Windy at times.
AM Low:   29°                    High:  39°
Wind:     SE 10-20

Friday:   Mostly cloudy.
AM Low:   26°                    High:  36°
Wind:     W 5-10



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