Gino Recchia NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

Credit: NBC 26 Wisconsin
Published on March 18, 2019 - Duration: 03:14s

Gino Recchia NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

River Flood Warnings are in effect for these rivers in the following counties for the time being: the Little Wolf River and the Wolf RIver in Waupaca, Fox River in Green Lake, Sheboygan River in Sheboygan, and the Manitowoc River in Manitowoc, A weak disturbance this afternoon sparked cloud cover north of Highway 29 this afternoon with a few light showers being picked up on radar.

The rest of the area remained under full sunshine.

Any light showers tonight will end tonight as the atmosphere stabilizes.

Skies will range from mostly clear to the south to mostly cloudy to the north.

Overnight lows will be in the mid 20s with light winds out of the west around 5 mph.

Temperatures will be in the mid- to upper-40s on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and light southwest winds at 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday which happens to be the first astronomical day of spring.

There are signs of another weak disturbance passing through bringing a potential for a few light rain showers, especially north of Highway 29.

Temperatures will be cooler in the lower 40s.

We go back into the upper-40s to around 50 Thursday and Friday followed by the lower- and mid-50s for Saturday and then perhaps the first 60 of the year on Sunday!

The next chance of any rainfall will be Monday.

Right now it appears just a few light rain showers will breeze through the area.

A dry and much needed forecast will help the current flooding situation across Northeast Wisconsin.

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Gino Recchia NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

Are in effect for theserivers in the followingcounties for the timebeing: the Little WolfRiver in Waupaca, FoxRiver in Green Lake,South Branch of theRock River in Fond DuLac, Sheboygan River inSheboygan, ManitowocRiver in Manitowoc, andthe East River in Brown.Tonight, temperatures willdrop into the upper teensand lower 20s with lightwinds around 2 to 5 mph.Skies will be partlycloudy.

On Monday,expect a mix of sun andclouds with hightemperatures in theupper 30s to near 40degrees and winds out ofthe west around 5 to10mph.Temperatures will be inthe mid 40s on Tuesday,and Wednesday.

We goback into the upper 40sThursday and Fridayfollowed by the lower andmid 50s for the weekend.The next chance of anyrainfall will be Sunday.Right now it appears justa few light rain showerswill breeze through thearea.

A dry and muchneeded forecast will helpthe current floodingsituation acrossNortheast Wisconsin.COMING UP,THE PRESIDENT

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