Today's Storm Team 4cast

The skies will dry out and tonight will mainly be cloudy with some lingering fog.  Temperatures will dip below freezing, so some of the moisture from the half an inch to an inch of rain we saw yesterday may re-freeze, especially on bridges, sidewalks, driveways and parking lots.

Wednesday will start out with some patchy fog and clouds but high pressure will push some of those clouds out by the end of the day.  The wind will be a bit stronger but it will be from the southwest to keep temps in the low 40s.  Thursday will be pleasant with mostly sunny skies becoming partly cloudy, a bit less wind and seasonably warm temperatures continuing with a high of 44 degrees in Milwaukee.

The clouds will increase for Friday morning as another storm system rolls in to bring rain back to the forecast with a high of 43 degrees. Rain chances continue off and on through the weekend with temps staying in the mid-40s.  Next week will get colder with rain transitioning to snow by Wednesday evening and 20s for Friday.

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