🌡️ 12:45 PM Temp Check
🌡️ 70s and even a few 80s out there.
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🌡️ 12:45 PM Temp Check
🌡️ 70s and even a few 80s out there.
5:47 AM [09.23.20] | The summer-like weather continues today with temps ~10°-15° above normal! Chances for showers & storms move into far north-central WI later this evening. A few storms could produce gusty winds & small hail.
Shower & storm chances continue into Thursday & return for the weekend, as temps remain above normal.
5:03 AM [09.23.20] | MORNING COMMUTERS 🚗🚙
Patchy dense fog has been reported this morning. The map shows visibility as of 5 AM. The fog should dissipate soon after sunrise. Until then, slow down, use your low beams, and allow extra time to reach your destination!
In case you missed it...
This morning at 8:31AM, the #AutumnalEquinox occurred at the moment the sun passed over the Equator. Watch the sun glint move across the Equator!
Mostly clear conditions will persist tonight with comfortable lows ranging from the upper 40s to middle 50s. Patchy ground fog could fog over the northwoods late. Another very warm day is on tap for Wednesday with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Thursday will bring the next chance of rain and maybe a few thunderstorms. Temperatures then stay warm for Friday.
Shorter days and cooler nights continue to bring Fall colors towards their peak for northern Wisconsin. For the latest fall color report across the state of Wisconsin, please visit the Travel Wisconsin fall color report at: https://www.travelwisconsin.com/fall-color-report
5:12 AM [09.22.20] | For today being the first day of astronomical fall 🍂 , it'll feel a bit more like summer with temps approaching 80°! 😎
Chances for showers & storms move in late Wednesday into Thursday, and again to start the weekend, but the above normal temps stick around.
The Autumnal Equinox arrives at 8:31 AM CDT on Tuesday, September 22nd. The equinox occurs when the sun is directly over the equator and marks the beginning of the autumn season in the Northern Hemisphere.
Warm temperatures will continue for much of the week with rain chances returning on Thursday and again late Saturday into Saturday night.
Gusty south winds are expected to continue for much of tonight resulting in high waves on the Bay and along the Lake Michigan nearshore waters. These conditions will be a hazard to small craft, therefore a Small Craft Advisory remains in effect until 4 AM Tuesday morning.
Partly cloudy skies and mild conditions are expected across the region tonight. The passage of a weak cold front and upper-level disturbance, combined with elevated instability, may bring isolated showers or a few rumbles of thunder in the forecast through the night.
5:38 AM [09.21.20] | Gusty south winds 🌬️ & high waves 🌊 will create hazardous conditions for small craft ⛵️ & dangerous swimming conditions for beachgoers 🏊 today.
🌊 Stay Dry When Waves Are High! 🌊
⛵️ Boaters: https://www.weather.gov/grb/marine
🏊 Beachgoers: https://www.weather.gov/greatlakes/beachhazards#grb
5:08 AM [09.21.20] | Hazy sunshine 🌤️ & breezy 🌬️ conditions to continue today.
Much of the region should remain dry this week, but locations across north-central & far NE WI could see some showers & storms at times. Oh, and the above normal temps 🌡️ will stick around for the week.
Pleasant weather will usher in the Autumnal Equinox on Tuesday, with southwest winds, mild temperatures, and mostly dry conditions expected...enjoy while it lasts! www.weather.gov/grb
Hazardous conditions for small craft expected on Lake Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay through Monday. Beachgoers take note, strong currents and hazardous swimming conditions are occurring. www.weather.gov/grb
5:55 AM [09.20.20] 🏊⛵️
Think twice before heading out on Lake Michigan today!
🌬️ Gusty south winds of 15 to 25 knots to create...
🌊 Waves of 3 to 5 feet causing...
🚫 Dangerous swimming conditions with strong currents!
For the latest nearshore forecast: https://f1.weather.gov/product.php?site=NWS&product=NSH&issuedby=GRB
For the latest beach hazard forecast: https://www.weather.gov/greatlakes/beachhazards#grb
5:07 AM [09.20.20] | Sunday's Forecast:
🌬️ Breezy, 🌤️ Hazy Sunshine & 🌡️ Seasonal Temps
First half of the week:
🌡️ Above normal temps
🌬️ Breezy Monday
🌧️ Next chance for precip late Wednesday night
Low temperatures won't be quite as cold as last night with light south winds across the region. www.weather.gov/grb
Winds and waves will increase for Sunday, Small Craft Advisory conditions are expected. www.weather.gov/grb
Via...Vilas County Sheriff
A rare sighting this morning near Manitowish Waters WI, this majestic animal was out for a Saturday morning stroll. #mooseontheloose (photo cred Lori Frandy)
Taking a peek into next week for Green Bay, a nice stretch of weather is expected. Highs should reach near 8o degrees Tuesday & Wednesday, with a small chance for showers on Wednesday. The normal high temperature for the period is around 69 degrees.
It was another cold/frosty morning across the region. Here are a few low temperatures readings ending at 7 AM.
5:19 AM [09.19.20] | Wanting to get out on the water this weekend? ⛵️
Conditions looking better today than Sunday where winds and waves are expected to increase and possibly become hazardous to small craft. Plan ahead!
5:06 AM [09.19.20] | A pleasant fall-like 🍂 day expected today with below normal temps. Hazy sunshine returns for Sunday, in addition to a southerly breezy that'll stick around into Monday.
Good boating conditions expected for the first half of the weekend before winds increase on Sunday and waves build.
It was a frosty morning across parts of northern Wisconsin. Rhinelander and Merrill broke their record low temperatures for the date, with readings in the middle 20s.
[09.18.20] | Brrr! 🥶🥶
Here are the 6 AM temps from this morning.
[09.18.20] Generally quiet 🤫 conditions through early next week as temps gradually rise above normal with a southerly breeze 🌬 on Sunday & Monday.
Pretty quiet conditions on Green Bay & Lake Michigan this weekend. Waves will build on Sunday as south winds become a little gusty.
Cold night on tap for the area. Freeze warnings & frost advisories in effect for much of central & northern WI. Be sure to bring in or protect cold sensitive plants. Quiet weather expected into the weekend. Cooler temps continue on Fri then warmer air arrives this weekend.
Here are some early official rainfall totals from Hurricane Sally along the Gulf coast. Over two feet of rain fell along the Gulf Coast. These numbers are confirmed, and could rise over the next few days. In Green Bay during a average season, it receives 29.52" of precipitation.
⛅️ Cooler today with some clouds at times.
🌙 Chilly tonight, in the 20s up north.
⛅️ Overall, quiet weather for several more days.
Chilly night across the area. Coldest temps will be in the Northwoods, where lows in the 30s are expected. Be sure to bring in or protect cold sensitive plants! "Warmer" 40s are on tap for the Fox Valley and lake shore.
Afternoon GOES16 GeoColor imagery showing the smoke (milky grey/white areas) pushing south out of area. But a large area of thick smoke is lurking over much of the Plains. This area will stay to our west tonight, but could approach on Thursday.
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