Chance for frost continues the rest of the week
Wednesday morning saw the coldest temps in about ten days since the beginning of April. The lows dropped into the 30s everywhere with a widespread frost away from the lake and a few inland locations seeing a freeze.
Northern counties of Fond du Lac and Sheboygan saw a few light snow showers which kept their temperatures a touch warmer. If you did some early planting the last week you may want to make sure that those plants survived the frost and freeze because a few more nights of at least frost are possible. Low temperatures over the next five mornings are definitely in the range of frost, especially inland. If you live 5-10 miles away from Lake Michigan you are probably safe from any freeze and the chance for frost decreases towards the end of the week.
Except for right near the Lake, a widespread frost is expected for Thursday morning and a few pockets of freeze are possible Friday morning. Low temperature during the overnight hours will depend most on cloud cover. The fewer clouds we see at night, the greater our chance for getting down to freezing temperatures.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track how cold it gets where you live the next few nights.