Snow possible on chillier Friday in Milwaukee
That's well below the seasonal averages for this time of year. The silver lining arrives in the form of more sunshine, especially inland on Saturday and across the area on Sunday.
MILWAUKEE - With high pressure to our north and that massive stacked low off to our East we'll continue to experience a bit breezy conditions through the day.
Those winds out of the northeast will pick up some Lake Michigan moisture and drag clouds, along with scattered flurries, and snow showers inland.
The brisk breeze will add an even bigger chill to the air as our temperatures will continue a downward trend with temperatures only reaching about 30 degrees.
That trend continues into the weekend as readings remain about flat for daytime highs and the low to mid teens during the overnight hours.
That's well below the seasonal averages for this time of year.
The silver lining arrives in the form of more sunshine, especially inland on Saturday and across the area on Sunday.
Friday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:
Today: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and a bit chillier
Flurries and snow showers possible
High: Near 30
Wind: NNE 10-15 mph
Tonight: Snow showers ending then gradually decreasing clouds & colder
Low: Near 18
Wind: N 7-15 mph
Saturday: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny and chilly
High: Near 30
Wind: N 7-12 mph
Saturday night: Becoming mainly clear and very cold
Low: Near 12
Wind: NNW 3-8 mph
Sunday: Mostly sunny and still chilly
High: Near 31