Happy Thanksgiving.! It'll be a wet but mild Thanksgiving day with rain changing to a bit of snow late.
Today for Thanksgiving, it will be cloudy and wet with a high near 48. The first parts of the day will see scattered showers with a steadier rain moving in after noon. Snow will mix in with the rain late this evening--perhaps by the end of the Packers game-- and eventually change to all snow. Green Bay and the Fox Cities will end up with anywhere from a trace to a slushy couple of inches of snow. There's a possible 2 to 4 inch accumulation to the northwestern counties.
Game time temperature for the Packers game will be near 37 degrees with rain and northerly winds increasing to 10 to 15 mph.
Tonight could bring travel troubles as the rain changes to snow from north to south. Be aware if you are driving, you will encounter slippery roads and possible low visibility as the snow may be moderate at times.
Friday's high will be near 34 with mostly cloudy skies and some flurries or snow showers in the morning.
The weekend will be dominated by a high pressure, fair weather system. Saturday and Sunday's highs will be in the mid 30s with plenty of sunshine.
The next chance for snow will be Tuesday as a storm system approaches. We'll keep a close eye on this but right now it looks like mainly rain for northeast Wisconsin and snow to the north.
Today's Record Temperatures