Record highs have been felt the last three days in Green Bay and our warmth will continue through Wednesday. Temperatures the next few days top out 20 to 30 degrees above average with more records in jeopardy. A comparable stretch of weather this time of year has only been seen twice in Green Bay's recorded history.
Tonight will be mostly clear with a low of 34.
Monday remains unseasonably warm with a high near 54. (The current record is also 54). Mostly Cloudy skies and breezy conditions during the day will lead to rain showers and a few rumbles of thunder late in the day. That's right-- thunderstorms in February!
Some lingering clouds are possible Tuesday morning but we'll become mostly sunny. Highs reach 58 degrees. The record is 60, so we'll be close once again.
Wednesday looks mostly sunny and warm again with a high near 60 degrees. The record high Wednesday is 58, so this could be a new record high coming. It would also be just the 3rd 60-degree day on record in Green Bay, and tied for the 2nd-warmest day in February overall.
We come crashing back to reality quickly Thursday into Friday. A Cold front Thursday starts dropping colder air in place. The high reaches 45, but falling in the afternoon.
A potent storm may bring a snowy mix to the area late Thursday night with a low falling to 30.
An accumulating snow, which may be a significant snowfall for much of Wisconsin, looks likely for Friday. Right Now it looks like mainly snow and windy with a high near 34 on Friday.
A major pattern change is coming late this week with the potential for a winter storm, so we'll keep an eye on this shift as it gets closer.
Today's Record Temperatures