Chilly Thursday, warmer weekend
MILWAUKEE - People in Southeastern Wisconsin might be breaking out the winter jackets, hats and gloves Thursday morning, though they won't need them during daylight hours this weekend.
Storm Team 4Caster Scott Steele predicts that temperatures won't reach the 40's in most of the area on Thursday, and snow or rain could fall.
"Low pressure is wrapping in much chillier air from behind as it departs the region," said Steele.
"The difference in pressure between that low and an approaching high will keep our winds whipping out of the Northwest. Sun will break through the clouds, but there could still be enough instability to pop a few rain or snow showers, though there won't be any significant precipitation."
However, Steele gives us good news about what he predicts to be a sunny weekend.
"Temperatures will begin trending upward with above average readings in the 50's by the weekend."
Thursday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:
Today: Breaks of sun and very chilly
A few snow showers or sprinkles
High: Near 38
Wind: W 10-15 mph
Tonight: Partly cloudy and very cool
Lows: Near 27
Wind: W 7-12 mph
Friday: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny and cool
High: Near 45
Wind: SW 10-20 mph gusting to 30 mph
Friday night: Mainly clear and seasonal
Lows: Near 33
Wind: SW 7-15 mph
Saturday: Mostly sunny and warmer
High: Near 54