A cold front moved through the area Sunday afternoon, bringing with it a few isolated showers and some very gusty winds. Winds will remain strong tonight. Skies will clear and out and temperatures will plummet.
Overnight lows will be in the teens inland to around 20-degrees lakeside. The coldest we have been in Milwaukee so far this season is 25°, so this is likely to be the coldest night of fall yet.
Monday will be breezy, mostly sunny, and chilly. Highs will only make it into the low to mid 30s, but it will feel like 20s most of the day. Tuesday is mostly sunny, breezy and a little warmer with high temps in the low 40s.
Wednesday is partly cloudy and windy with gusts around 40 mph. It will be a mild day though with temperatures around 50-degrees. A cold front moves through late Wednesday and early Thursday. That will drop temperatures into the 30s for Thanksgiving and brings us a slight chance for a few rain or snow showers.
It looks like temperatures will stay cool for Black Friday.
Wind Advisory for Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, and Washington counties from 1-9 p.m. Winds will be west 20-30 G45 mph. Spotty power outages are possible.
TONIGHT: Clear, windy, cold
Low: 20 Lakefront...15 Inland
Wind: NW 15-20 G30 mph
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. Breezy
Wind: NW 10-15 G 25 mph
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. Breezy
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, windy
THANKSGIVING: Mostly cloudy, slight ch. scattered rain/snow shower, breezy
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy and cool