Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast

WGBAPublished: May 22, 2018
Published: May 22, 2018

Today does look to improve as the day goes on. After some patchy morning drizzle, fog or very light rain, clouds will gradually start to break, especially in the afternoon. With the daytime heating, there is a very slim threat of a shower well off to the NW. Our highs will be close to average with readings topping out near 70, though cooler along Lake Michigan. Tonight should be mostly clear and dry. Lows will be in the low-50s. Wednesday looks like a pretty nice day with highs in the upper-70s to lower-80s, though possibly cooling down lakeside.  Things become more active by Thursday, and especially Friday and Saturday with chances of showers and T'storms. It will also be warmer and a little more humid with highs in the 80s all three of those days. Right now it is possible that Sunday and Monday of the Holiday Weekend could be mostly dry and relatively warm. The Fox River is experiencing minor flooding in Green Lake County. The river is expected to drop below flood stage by Thursday.

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