The last time we had above average high temperatures was Oct. 17 and finally, more is on the way to start Nov. The average high by Wednesday, Nov. 4 is in the low 50s and the entire Midwest is favored to be above that to start off the new month.
Long term models are hinting at least into early-mid Nov. being warmer than average but don't expect any 70s anytime soon.
8-14 Day temperature outlook Nov. 4-10
Almost the entire end of Oct., Wisconsin has been influenced by cooler Canadian air which has lead to below-average temperatures and even record snowfall in parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
This changes as warmer air finally pushes up from the south, giving us a slight break from the early cool air more typical for mid-Nov. If you're a fan of snow this will mean you'll likely have to wait a while for the white stuff to return but don't worry we only get colder from here!
Temperature forecast for Saturday, Oct. 31