Clouds will thicken up tonight after seeing lots of sunshine today. Lows dip to around 30 degrees.
For the big travel day tomorrow, it's looking pretty quiet for most of the day. We'll start the day dry with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 40s.
Rain showers are possible after 2 pm and into the overnight. Lows only get down to around 40 degrees.
Thanksgiving will be cloudy and wet with a high near 45. We're closely monitoring the rain/snow line for Thursday as colder air will drop into the area and change the rain to snow from north to south.
Right now it looks like mostly rain for the Packers game so get the rain gear ready. At game time, it'll be near 38 degrees with a steady, soaking rain and northeast winds at 10 to 15 mph.
Snow will mix in with the rain late Thursday evening and eventually change to all snow, but appreciable accumulations aren't expected except over far northern sections. Green Bay may end up with a slushy half-inch or so by Friday morning. Lows eventually drop to around 30 degrees.
For Black Friday we could see a few flurries early on, but otherwise just partly cloudy skies with a high of 34.
The weekend will be dominated by a high pressure, fair weather system. Saturday and Sunday's highs will be in the mid 30s with plenty of sunshine.
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