For just the second time in Green Bay's recorded history, we've seen 5 days in a row now hitting 52 degrees or higher. The only other time was in 1931. It looks like we'll be well on our way to breaking that streak tomorrow and, not only that, set or tie a 4th record high in 6 days on Wednesday.
Skies stay mostly clear tonight and we'll stay very mild as well, with lows only dropping to 42 degrees.
Tomorrow looks mostly sunny and warm again with a high of 62 degrees. The record high Wednesday is 58. It would also be just the 3rd 60-degree day on record in Green Bay, and be the warmest day on record in February overall.
There are big changes for the end of the week as a cold front pushes through and a storm system moves in.
Thursday will see increasing clouds and cooler air starts moving in. The high reaches 46-- still very warm for this time of year, but much cooler than the past few days.
Thursday night we become overcast and the winds pick up out of the northeast with the approach of our next big WeatherMaker. A wintry mix of precipitation will develop and lows drop to around freezing.
Friday will be a wet and messy day for many. Most of us see a rainy mix of precipitation, though far northern sections may see mostly snow. In those spots, this may result in a significant snowfall. It will also be windy as the storm is moving through with a high near 36. Details are still coming together for this event and the FOX 11 Meteorologists are tracking this WeatherMaker and will update the situation, so please check here often.
Saturday will see some light snow showers in the morning with cloudy skies otherwise. Highs top out near 30.
Sunday we can expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 30s.
Today's Record Temperatures