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Windy and cold night, snowflakes Tuesday

and last updated 2020-04-14 00:11:41-04

Snow was reported in Fond du Lac last night with no accumulation, but that wasn't the case for the northern half of the state. Green Bat and Appleton had about 1", Merrill 12.5" Minocqua about 7", Rhinelander 8", and Pelican Lake 12.8". We got the rain and the cold wind last night and the rain was gone before sunrise.

Today has had some sun, but high temps are only in the 30s, and with winds gusting over 40 mph, wind chills have been in the teens and 20s. The Wind Advisory expires at 7pm this evening for all our counties, but the wind still remain around 20-35 mph all evening and around 20 mph by morning.

With temps in the 20s, wind chills will be in the teens Tuesday morning. Tuesday is partly cloudy, breezy and cold with a chance for afternoon light rain/snow. The high temps will stay in the 30s once again.

Wednesday is partly cloudy with flurries and highs near 40 and a light breeze. The warm up starts on Thursday with a high of 46 and Friday will hit 50. Despite some rain Friday night, the weekend looks great with sunshine and a high of 55 on Saturday and 56 on Sunday.

It is a chilly week, but a quiet week!

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cold with wind a little lighter
Wind cills in the teens by morning
Low: 26
Wind: NW 20-35 early, then W 10-20 mph

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy and chilly wth scattered afternoon light rain/snow
High: 38
Wind: W 10-20 mph

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and chilly with chance for afternnon flurries
High: 40
Wind: NW 5-10 mph

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and cool
High: 46
Wind: WNW 5-10 mph

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy and nice
High: 50
Wind: NW 5-15 mph

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and nice
High: 55
Wind: SW 15-20 mph

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