Storm Team 4

The snow is done, but single-digit temps coming

CREATED Feb 8, 2013

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  • Yesterday's wintery mess is history as high pressure continues building into the area today offering a break in the week's very active weather pattern. Look for decreasing clouds and plenty of sunshine developing today and continuing tomorrow with temperatures hovering near seasonal averages about 30 degrees.

  • It won't be long before the next storm system sets its sites on Southeast Wisconsin, though. We'll see clouds increasing Saturday night as low pressure lifts more moisture and even warmer air toward the region.

  • Sunday could be a bit of a mess with a wintery mix of precipitation changing over to rain as temperatures climb closer to 40 degrees.

MILWAUKEE - Yesterday's wintery mess is history as high pressure continues building into the area today offering a break in the week's very active weather pattern. 

Look for decreasing clouds and plenty of sunshine developing today and continuing tomorrow with temperatures hovering near seasonal averages about 30 degrees. 

It won't be long before the next storm system sets its sites on Southeast Wisconsin, though. 

We'll see clouds increasing Saturday night as low pressure lifts more moisture and even warmer air toward the region. 

Sunday could be a bit of a mess with a wintery mix of precipitation changing over to rain as temperatures climb closer to 40 degrees.

Friday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:

Today:
Decreasing clouds, breezy, and seasonally chilly
High:  Near 27
Wind: N 10-15mph

Tonight: Mainly clear to partly cloudy and cold
Low:  Near 7
Wind: Light

Saturday: Mostly sunny and warmer
High:  Near 33
Wind: SSE 5-10 mph

Saturday night:
Increasing clouds and mild
Low:  Near 24
Wind: SSE 5-10 mph

Sunday: Wintery mix changing to rain and even warmer
High:  Near 40