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Weatherwise, what a miserable day on Tuesday with clouds, cold temperatures and even some sprinkles and sleet around the area.
As skies clear out, early Wednesday will start with areas of frost, especially inland. Temperatures should drop into the low 30s in many areas. Below is the RPM temperature forecast map. Notice that areas hugging the lakeshore will stay just a shade above 32.
If you have potted plants outside I would advise bringing them in. And if you got an early start on your garden, make sure to cover any plants that a frost or freeze could damage.
After Wednesday morning the chilly weather will depart. Replacing it will be another storm system for Thursday. This one will bring a chance of rain to the area. No severe weather is expected, but more dreary and damp weather can be expected.
Below is the surface map at 7 a.m. Thursday. Rain will be on our doorstep, so keep an umbrella handy that day.
If you are curious whether the cool and damp weather will continue into summer, check out the long range forecast from now through summer. Just click below.
Eventually it will warm up, for more on the week ahead check out WISN 12 News at 5, 6, & 10pm. Drop any thoughts or questions you may have in our interactive comments section.
Have a great day!