Spring begins today but a cold front is on the move, bringing an end to our dry and sunny streak. The cold front sweeps through southeastern Wisconsin mainly before 9pm this evening and will bring showers from the northwest to the southeast during the evening commute. Generally the rain will be light and most locations will only pick up a tenth of an inch or so, this should not impact the flooded rivers.
Any sprinkle or stray flurry up north comes to an end before midnight tonight and temperatures will be close to the freezing mark.
Thursday starts with clouds but the sunshine returns by the end of the day with seasonably warm high temperatures in the upper 40s, feeling a touch cooler with a brisk northwest wind. Friday will have blue skies through the day but temperatures will be lower with mid-40s due to a constant breeze from the north.
We stay dry and sunny for Saturday with a bit less wind and slightly warmer temps back into the upper 40s lakeside and 50s inland.
Sunday starts out dry but our next weather-maker brings the clouds and the rain by the afternoon hours.
Temperatures will be in the upper 40s on Sunday but feeling cooler with the clouds and the rain so take advantage of Saturday's dry and sunny forecast. The rain transitions to a brief wintry mix by Monday morning as the cold air flows into southeastern Wisconsin. High temperatures get knocked back into the 30s to kick off the work week but we won't stay there for long since 40s and sunshine are back for Tuesday with a few 50s by Wednesday.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with light rain ending, stray sprinkle/flurry early.Low: 34.Wind: NW 5-15 mph.
THURSDAY: Decreasing clouds, seasonably warm, slightly breezy.High: 48.Wind: NW 10-15 mph.
FRIDAY: Sunny, seasonably mild & a bit breezy.High: 44.
SATURDAY: Sunny and warmer.High: 47.
SUNDAY: Increasing clouds with PM rain showers.High: 48.