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20 November 2017, 12:41 | Darrell Baldwin
Weather Forecast: An active but mild weather week ahead
Wind, rain and snow are moving into the area Friday afternoon, sticking around until after the Wisconsin-Michigan football game on Saturday, as well as affecting the high school football championships on Friday, both at Camp Randall Stadium.
Here's a look at your Saturday morning forecast. It will be blustery and colder with afternoon temperatures struggling into the lower 60s.
A cold start Sunday will give way to more seasonal weather for the afternoon.
HEADING TO THE HOLIDAY: Thanksgiving temperatures are cool in the mid-40s. Temperatures will be mildest, in the upper 40s, on Tuesday, but Thanksgiving Day will be quite chilly.
The majority of rain is expected to fall between 3 and 6 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Charleston, continuing quietly into the night and early Sunday. We are forecasting highs near 72 with SW winds at 10-15 miles per hour.
Sunday looks sunny and dry. High pressure takes over Monday.
That makes room for our next cold front to sweep late Tuesday night but most likely with little fanfare.
The South Shore has been getting just rain, and lots of it since the recent storm reached the Sierra Wednesday. Showers will taper temporarily in the afternoon but there is potential for some showers in the evening to be heavy at times. Overnight we will stay cool with a clear sky and dipping into the low 40s. There still remains a bit uncertainty with the temperature and cloud cover so don't be surprised if there are changes to that part of the forecast in the coming days as models come to a better agreement. Highs Saturday will be in the low 70s but the upper 50s on Sunday. Expecting widespread rain for much of the area into the overnight hours, while temperatures hold in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.
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