After a beautiful Saturday, a more unsettled Sunday is in store for Northeast Wisconsin.
Tonight will see skies become mostly cloudy as our next weather maker approaches. Most stay dry overnight and see a low in the mid to upper 50s.
Sunday will be cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms at times, mainly during the afternoon. Highs will reach the low 70s.
The Packers have a game at Noon against the Lions at Lambeau Field, and the kickoff temperature looks to be around 70. The morning and midday hours should see only a few isolated showers, with the bulk of the storms holding until after noon. The chance for storms does increase during the game, but it looks like most of the thunder and lightning may hold until after the game. This doesn't mean you won't contend with rain-- on the contrary, expect see periods of wet weather before and during the game, but it won't be a constant rain.
The looks like it will start off on an unsettled note as the chance of showers continues into Monday, especially north of Green Bay. We'll see temperatures retreat back to near 60 for highs. Winds will also be very blustery, out of the west at 15 to 25 miles per hour, with gusts perhaps near 30 at times.
After that, though, we dry back out.
Tuesday will be cool with a high of 61 but will also see partly cloudy skies.7
Wednesday should be another nice, though slightly cool, day with partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 60s.
Today's Record Temperatures