Winter Storm Donna has moved on, and colder air moved in today in its wake. It doesn't stick around for long, though, and we're milder already to close out the weekend.
Skies will be clear early tonight and lows dip into the mid teens. Clouds build through the early morning hours and temperatures rise into the low 20s by sunrise.
Sunday looks mostly cloudy but dry. Winds kick up a bit out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour which pushes temperatures into the upper 30s by the afternoon. A few snow showers are possible over the Northwoods but accumulations will be minor.
We're still mostly cloudy Sunday night and lows drop to around 20 degrees.
Monday looks pleasant with partly cloudy skies and highs topping out near 40.
Clouds move back in by Tuesday and it'll be a bit warmer, with highs reaching the low 40s. This comes with some wet weather, however. A wintry mix of rain and snow moves in at first from the south, but with the mild air in place that will chance to mostly rain showers during the day.
Cooler air moves in again by Wednesday with highs falling back into the mid 30s, and some scattered snow showers are possible again.
Today's Record Temperatures