Wind brings cooler temperatures Wednesday morning

Wed Feb 26 03:09:57 PST 2020

Wind brings cooler temperatures Wednesday morning

FEBRUARY 26, 2020 5:00 a.m. THE NBC15 WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST FROM METEOROLOGIST CHARLIE SHORTINO: NO IMPACTFUL WEATHER TODAY. Low pressure to the southeast of here will continue to influence our weather for today. Strong wind in association with the system as well as cool temperatures will be seen over Wisconsin. As the low pulls away, weak high pressure will take over and gradually more sunshine is expected tomorrow and Friday. By the weekend, a warm front will approach and bring milder temperatures. Other than a few flurries today, the next chance of precipitation will be on Monday and Tuesday of next week.

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APRIL 6, 2020 5:00 a.m. THE NBC15 WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST FROM METEOROLOGIST CHARLIE SHORTINO: WEATHER IMPACT TODAY IS LOW (1) DUE TO SHOWERS. A warm front will edge in from the south today. Ahead of the front we will see some morning sunshine with a few scattered light showers in the afternoon. After the warm front moves through, very mild air will fill in for Tuesday. Highs are expected in the 70s. Two cold fronts will move through during the middle of the week. Each of these will progressively drop the temperatures. By Thursday highs will only be in the mid-40s. A few more showers will accompany the front Wednesday afternoon and night.

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