Weather to change abruptly later this weekWisconsin Weather
-- If you need to do something outdoors, you might want to try-and-get it done by Wednesday.
If you need to do something outdoors, you might want to try-and-get it done by Wednesday.
Forecasters say dry weather and normal temperatures are expected in the first three days of this week, with highs in the 60’s-and-70’s and lows generally in the 40’s. A chance of rain is in the Wisconsin forecast Thursday and Friday, with highs cooling down to the mid-50’s on Thursday and the 40’s on Friday.
The Wisconsin forecast does not mention the “S” word – okay, let’s call it snow – but forecasters in Duluth Minnesota, across Saint Louis Bay from Superior, says light snow or a mixture of rain-and-snow is in the forecast late in the week. But folks in northern and central Wisconsin have already seen a little snow already. Duluth-Superior had one-tenth-of-an-inch of snow on September 21st. It was the earliest measurable snow in Duluth since 1995.