Quiet week ends with chance for snow
After a gloomy and foggy weekend expect mainly quiet weather through the upcoming week. Temperatures stayed steady for about 36 hours from Friday afternoon through Sunday morning before starting to warm into the low 50s Sunday afternoon. Hopefully you enjoyed the 50s because we are in store for another chilly week with highs in the 40s and lows around 30.
Milwaukee is still waiting for its first freeze of the season while most inland spots have spent time in the 20s. Temperatures Sunday night could hit the upper 20s inland but lakeside locations will stay in the low 30s a little above freezing. Widespread frost is certainly likely so if you still have some plants don't forget to bring them inside.
Monday night is Milwaukee's next best chance for a freeze with lows expected just below 32°. If a freeze doesn't happen Monday night, Tuesday and Wednesday nights should be even colder with lows in the 20s for everyone.
Despite the cool weather, we stay very quiet with only a slight chance for a flurry or sprinkle on Tuesday as a storm system passes by to our south. A weak high pressure gets stronger as the week goes on bringing in a good chance for sunshine on Wednesday and Thursday.
By the end of the week, our quiet weather ends with our first chance at some snow. Scattered snow showers are possible starting Saturday evening lasting through most of Sunday. A few weather models are suggesting this could be our first measureable snow of the season, but it's still five days away so stay tuned!
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