Our next Weathermaker is knocking on our doorstep. It's going to bring with it wet weather and the start of a big shift in our weather pattern over the next few days.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight with a low of 61. A few showers and possible a rumble of thunder are possible during the early morning hours.
Tomorrow the showers will be on the increase through the morning and a steady stream of rain showers looks likely through the early afternoon. They'll gradually taper off during the mid to late afternoon. We reach our high of 62 degrees early in the day, likely before noon, before temperatures slide back through the 50s during the afternoon.
If you're heading to the Packers vs Saints game at noon tomorrow, expect temperatures to be in the low 60s during your tailgate with scattered showers gradually increasing. Rain showers look likely especially during the first half of the game, and mayb taper off toward the end of the game. Expect a kickoff temperature of 59 degrees with temperatures falling into the mid 50s by the end of the game.
We'll still be mild for this time of the year on Monday with mostly cloudy skies and a high near 60.
A second storm then sweeps through on Tuesday, bringing with it more scattered showers and a stiff northwesterly wind. Highs only get back to around 50.
It looks like this cooler air will stick around for the remainder of the week.
Today's Record Temperatures