Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Tuesday September 30th, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

Rain First then Flurries?

An annoying low currently rolling through the Dakota's will be responsible for our weather over the next few days.  This means we're going to see a chance of rain the rest of the week.  The best chance will come Wednesday with a passing cold front.  There might actually even be some scattered thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon in Wisconsin.

Colder air and a large upper low will settle along the International Border by the end of the week.  Air will be cold enough that flurries are possible late Friday into Saturday.  This cold air looks to interact with the much warmer air of Lake Superior and areas along the south shore may see some lake educed rain/snow showers.  We may see a little sun on Saturday.

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