Tuesday: An area of high pressure will bring us some sunshine and temperatures topping out near 33 degrees in the afternoon. Winds will be a bit breezy out of the west gusting up to 20 mph and making things feel a bit cooler.

Tuesday night: A warm front pushing in from our south overnight will bring an increase in cloud cover with a stray snow shower or two after midnight with a low near 20.

Wednesday: We will keep mostly cloudy to overcast skies around on our Wednesday along with a chance of light rain and snow showers. Temperatures will hover in the mid-30s, topping out near 36.

We are still watching the potential for some strong winds off Lake Superior and a messy mixture of rain and snow to continue moving through the area on Thursday before tapering off early Friday morning. We will get a better idea of snow accumulations as we get closer to this system and as the track of the storm becomes more clear, but it looks like the bulk of the snow will be over Northwest Wisconsin.