A cold front expected to move in tomorrowWisconsin Weather
-- Another beautiful fall day is expected in Wisconsin, before a cold front moves in.
Another beautiful fall day is expected in Wisconsin, before a cold front moves in. Thunderstorms are possible in some parts of the Badger State tomorrow. And as the mercury dips, northern Wisconsin could get freezing rain on Friday, and snow showers on Saturday. But for now, folks are basking in bright warmth. Yesterday’s highs got up to 75 in Boscobel, about 10-degrees warmer than the normal high for this date. The cool spot was at Sturgeon Bay with 61. Winds have been light, and the sun is helping show off the state’s bright fall colors. Some parts of far eastern Wisconsin could get rain this afternoon, as a low pressure system moves to the southeast. Forecasters expect a strong cold front to enter western Wisconsin and move east during the day tomorrow – and by Friday, most parts of the state might not get above 50-degrees. Overnight lows are forecast in the 20’s on Saturday night, before a slight warm-up on Sunday.