Record highs have been felt the last two days in Green Bay and our warmth isn't ending until late next week. Temperatures the next few days top out 20 to 25 degrees above normal with records still in jeopardy. A comparable stretch of weather this time of year has only been seen twice in Green Bay's recorded history.
We'll see another warm day Today with highs reaching 53 degrees under partly cloudy skies. Today's current record is 55.
Tonight skies become mostly cloudy with a low of 34.
Monday remains unseasonably warm as well with a high near 52. But, skies become cloudy with rain showers moving in late in the day. A few rumbles of thunder can't be ruled out. That's right-- thunderstorms in February!
Some lingering clouds are possible Tuesday morning but we'll become partly cloudy in the afternoon. Highs reach 56 degrees. The record is 60, so we'll be close, but likely not quite up to that mark.
Wednesday looks mostly sunny and warm again with a high near 60 degrees. The record high Wednesday is 58, so this could be a new record high coming. It would also be just the 3rd 60-degree day on record in Green Bay, and tied for the 2nd-warmest day in February overall.
It's late next week that we may come crashing back to reality. A potent storm may bring mixed precipitation as soon as Thursday night and potentially accumulating snow Friday, so we'll keep an eye on this potential big shift as it gets closer.
Today's Record Temperatures