Mild stretch stays, but rain on the way
Mild conditions continue.Photo: Video by tmj4.com
MILWAUKEE - High pressure easing by to our south will provide another day of quiet and dry weather with plenty of sunshine.
A substantial pressure gradient, the difference between that high and a low to our Northeast will produce windy conditions.
Those west and southwest breezes will bring more very warm air for this time of year with the continuation of our January thaw.
A larger storm system brewing in the Southern plains will finally break the quiet pattern with a surge of moisture sending rain into the region late Thursday into very early Friday.
Get ready for readings to reach near 50 degrees for Friday and Saturday before an Arctic cold front sends the mercury plummetting back into the 20s for Sunday.
Wednesday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:
Today: Mostly sunny, windy, and even warmer
High: Near 42
Wind: W 15-20 mph gusting to 30 mph
Tonight: Mainly clear and mild with patchy fog possible
Low: Near 26
Wind: W-S 5-10 mph
Thursday: Increasing clouds & very warm with scattered showers developing late
High: Near 41
Wind: SE 7-12 mph
Thursday night: Rainy, breezy, and warm with patchy fog
Low: Near 37
Wind: SE 10-15 mph
Friday: Rain ending early then mostly cloudy and very warm
High: Near 50