Storm Team 4
'Clipper' to bring some snow to Milwaukee area
MILWAUKEE - That "Clipper-type" system sliding to our North will keep us mired in clouds today with some lingering patchy flurries.
The gray won't last long as high pressure is poised to take over our weather.
It slips into the region from the West ushering in clearing skies overnight, leading to an abundance of sunshine for Friday.
The quiet conditions will persist over the weekend and even into next week.
A warming trend also begins today as temperatures top out in the low to mid 20s.
That trend continues over the next several days with reading approaching the freezing mark on Saturday.
Folks looking forward the Packers game in Green Bay will experience partly cloudy skies and reading near 20 degrees at kickoff.
Thursday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:
Today: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries, breezy, and a bit warmer
High: Near 25
Wind: WNW 7-15 mph
Tonight: Decreasing clouds, breezy, and seasonally cold
Low: Near 16
Wind: WSW 8-18 mph
Friday: Sunny, windy, and warmer
High: Near 30
Wind: W 10-20 mph gusting to 30 mph
Friday night: Mainly clear and breezy
Low: Near 18
Wind: WSW 10-15 mph
Saturday: Increasing clouds and mild with a few afternoon flurries
High: Near 3