Updated: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 09:07 PM
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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 09:11 PM

3/19 8:20 PM - Our temperatures are still hanging on to the low forties, with this afternoon's high having reached 50 degrees once again. Our skies will gradually begin to cloud up into Wednesday morning, as a low pressure system comes through. We may see some light rain showers tomorrow, but more likely than not we'll stay dry. After that little bout of rain, the rest of the week looks fantastic. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will all be in the mid-forties and low-fifties with plenty of sunshine to go around. Our next big system comes through on Sunday afternoon, where we'll see some stronger rainfall through the majority of the day, turning to a wintry mix and then snow as a cold front moves south across WI.

Devon Bertnick- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsTurning more cloudy with light winds. Staying dry through sunrise.Cloudy and somewhat breezy. A chance for scattered rain showers for much of the day.Partly clearing skies, with rain showers dissipating by sunset.
Temp31 inland, 34 lakeside50 inland, 47 lakeside30 inland, 34 lakeside
WindS 5-10 mphSW 10-15 mphW 10-15 mph
ConditionsSkies stay partly cloudy with mild temps. Possibly a few flurries with breezy winds late.Plenty of sunshine with light winds. Pleasant, although not quite so mild.Lots of sun to start, clouds returning late but remaining seasonally warm.

SkiesA Few CloudsPartly CloudyFair
Feels Like34°F27°F31°F
Relative Humidity62%75%65%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsSouthwest 4 mphSouth 4 mphSouthwest 8 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles10 Miles

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