Mild weather hangs around this weekend but the weather becomes a little more unsettled as we have a couple opportunities for snow. A more potent winter storm arrives to start the week potentially bring a wide range of precip to Northeast Wisconsin.
Saturday will be cloudy with a high reaching 31 degrees. Snow showers are likely by midday and lasting into the afternoon, resulting in an inch or less of accumulation across the area.
Skies will be partly cloudy tonight with lows dropping to around 16 degrees.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy, but a little milder as the high reaches 37 degrees. Some snow showers are possible across northern counties.
Another storm system begins to approach Sunday night and could linger through Tuesday with multiple precipitation types possible during that time frame. Significant snow looks unlikely for most, except across the Northwoods, but the mixed precipitation elsewhere could cause slick conditions at times. The FOX 11 Meteorologists are watching this storm closely.
Skies become cloudy Sunday night and a light drizzly mix of precipitation is possible, which could create slick spots. The low drops to around 30 degrees.
That light wintry mix changes over to just rain on Monday as warmer air moves in aloft. The high reaches 37 degrees.
That rain then could change back to a wintry mix by Tuesday morning, then to light snow during the day as the storm wraps up. The high that day will be around 30 degrees.
We're colder Wednesday behind the exiting system. Our high will reach 26 under a partly cloudy sky.
Thursday returns sunny skies and highs back into the low 30s.
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