LATEST FORECAST DISCUSSION
Meteorologist: Tucker Antico
**COLDER MIDDLE OF THE WEEK, BUT SUNNY CONDITIONS DOMINATE OUR WEATHER**
Wednesday morning kicks off with a strong high pressure system centered to our northwest and ridge extending into Western Wisconsin. Bright and sunny conditions will be abundant from the early morning as a result. This will help make a cold morning, with lows around 4 below zero, feel a little bit better. Wind will remain around 5-10 mph through the day, enough to make things feel colder but not by too much. A few clouds may drift through in the afternoon, but the sun will be dominant. Temperatures will reach the double digits, but only by a degree or two. In the evening, high pressure will move overhead and allow temps to drop quickly overnight.
The sky may look the same Thursday morning, but we may once again wake up to a frigid start with temps around 11 below. Another sunny day will follow with daytime temperatures rising higher into the teens. This will be the last cold day as the high slides east and winds return from the southwest. By Friday we can expect a noticeable warm up with yet another day of abundant sunshine and highs back near and even above freezing!
The weekend should continue the milder turn with more dry weather likely. Saturday may come with at least some clouds with a weak front approaching from the west, but it doesn't look to hinder us from having a chance to make a run at 40 degrees. Behind the front, conditions don't look to change with another day near 40 and a mostly sunny sky. Gradual cooling may follow into early next week with what appears to be a chance at some snow next Tuesday.