Dan Romano's Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Monday, September 15th
Dan Romano

A Little Cool but Clearing Skies!

A few clouds are greeting us this morning, but as the afternoon progresses, clearing skies will prevail as high pressure slides into the Northland. However, high temperatures today will only reach into the upper 50s to low 60s. Furthermore, those clear skies will lead to some pretty chilly temperatures tonight. As a result, parts of northwestern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula are under a Frost Advisory from midnight tonight until 8AM Tuesday morning.

Highs on Tuesday will warm up to the low to upper 60s as winds shift to out of the southwest. But a reinforcing cool front will bring temperatures back into the upper 50s to low 60s by the middle of the week.

Rain and above average temperatures are expected to move back into the region for the end of the workweek and the beginning of the weekend.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the beginning of the workweek!

Meteorologist Dan Romano

Dan Romano

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