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Few light snow showers, patchy freezing drizzle lingering today, quieter weekend ahead

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Our slow moving low pressure system continues to sit across Missouri, but will slowly move northeast throughout the day. A trough in the jet stream extends back to the northwest. We'll continue to see some light snow showers and patchy freezing drizzle throughout the day. Temps may warm up enough for some drizzle in the afternoon in northern Wisconsin. Winds trend light out of the NE at 3-8 mph, but 5-15 mph lakeside. The NE winds will keep the potential for some light lake enhancement. Highs top out in the upper 20s to mid 30s.


We'll keep the skies cloudy throughout the night with some scattered flurries lingering. A few light snow showers are possible overnight east of Port Wing and Hayward. Winds trend light out of the N and NNE. Lows range from the teens north to the upper 20s south.


The low continues to slowly drift north into northern lower Michigan, but will eventually move east and out of the area Saturday night. The eastern hometowns could see some light snow showers, but the rest of the area could see some peeks of sunshine. Highs are in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Lows fall back into the teens and 20s.


We'll see a high pressure move to our north, but skies will remain mostly cloudy to cloudy as an upper level wave moves to our southwest. Winds will be light and variable. Highs are once again in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Lows in the teens and 20s.


The mild, but gray weather conditions continue into the beginning of next week. Winds will also remain light and variable. A few flurries are possible, but snow chances remain minimal. Highs top out in the mid 20s to low to mid 30s.


A low pressure system could bring some light snow showers to the area Wednesday night into Thursday. Another system could bring some snow into the beginning of next weekend. The mild temperatures continue with highs in the low to mid 30s.


It looks like the milder temperatures will stick around during the CPC's 8-14 Day Temperature Outlook. Some models however, do indicate temperatures turning cooler towards the first full week of February.

Austin Haskins

Meteorologist/Web Producer

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