Storm Team 4

Slow warm-up begins in Milwaukee

CREATED Nov. 28, 2012

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  • High pressure builds back into the region today providing plenty of sunshine.

  • Temperatures will continue a warming trend as we pick up more Pacific air flowing our way. There will be growing moisture, too.

  • However with no big triggers in the atmosphere, it appears the biggest impact will be more clouds, some fog, and patchy drizzle beginning Thursday night into Friday.

  • The snow-free streak continues with no end in sight as readings rise into the 50s by the weekend.

  • Today: Sunny and warmer | High: Near 37 | Wind: WNW 5-10 mph

  • Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy and seasonal | Low: Near 28 | Wind: SW 5-10 mph

  • Thursday: Mostly sunny and even warmer | High: Near 43 | Wind: SW 5-10 mph

  • Thursday night: Warm with patchy drizzle and fog | Low: Near 35 | Wind: NE 7-12 mph

    Friday: Early fog and drizzle then mostly cloudy and warm | High: Near 44

MILWAUKEE - High pressure builds back into the region today providing plenty of sunshine.

Temperatures will continue a warming trend as we pick up more Pacific air flowing our way.

There will be growing moisture, too.

However with no big triggers in the atmosphere, it appears the biggest impact will be more clouds, some fog, and patchy drizzle beginning Thursday night into Friday.

The snow-free streak continues with no end in sight as readings rise into the 50s by the weekend.

Wednesday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:

Today:
Sunny and warmer
High:  Near 37
Wind: WNW 5-10 mph

Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy and seasonal
Low:  Near 28
Wind: SW 5-10 mph

Thursday: Mostly sunny and even warmer
High:  Near 43
Wind: SW 5-10 mph

Thursday night: Warm with patchy drizzle and fog
Low:  Near 35
Wind: NE 7-12 mph

Friday: Early fog and drizzle then mostly cloudy and warm
High:  Near 44