Updated: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 03:16 AM
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Wednesday, April 24, 2019 03:26 AM

4/24 3:30am - We are looking dry today, but with a weather disturbance passing to our south we may see a few extra clouds in the area then what we saw yesterday. Temperatures are looking to be more on the mild side with inland areas looking at seeing the low to mid 60s this afternoon while lakeshore areas keep to the upper 50s to perhaps near 60F while winds keep light from the SE. Thursday will see a weak cold front push through late in the morning and into the afternoon bringing showers during this time. We look to dry up by the overnight and into Friday as we look at another fairly quiet and seasonal day. Saturday sees a low pressure system push through WI which looks to bring rain initially, but as temperatures fall late on Saturday we may see a transition to snow which could leave some snow behind by Sunday morning.

Tim Thielke- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsSome extra clouds, but keeping plenty of sun and mild.Mainly dry, but with increasing clouds. Temps stay seasonal.Becoming cloudy with a chance for sct'd showers later in the day.
Temp58 lakeside, 63 inland4165
WindS 5-15mphTurning W 5-15mphSW -> N 5-10mph
ConditionsPartly cloudy with seasonal conditions.Rain likely during the afternoon. Possible transition to snow by the evening and overnight. Snow showers early on Sunday with possible accumulations. Drying up by mid morning.

SkiesA Few CloudsFairFair
Feels Like61°F58°F34°F
Relative Humidity73%87%86%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsNorth calmNorth calmNortheast 3 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles10 Miles

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