National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Mostly cloudy skies are expected today, along with a slight chance of rain showers across central Wisconsin this afternoon as warmer air aloft moves into the area. High temperatures will remain on the mild side with readings in the middle to upper 40s near Lake Michigan, lower to middle 50s north and middle to upper 50s south.
Rain showers are forecast to become more likely on Tuesday as a cold front moves across Wisconsin, accompanied by a mid-level trough and favorable jet dynamics. There may be enough instability to all for thunderstorms to develop, especially during the afternoon hours. A stronger cold front and mid-level trough are expected to sweep across the region on Wednesday and bring another chance of rain showers to the area. Behind the cold front, cooler temperatures and breezy conditions will spread across Wisconsin with temperatures for Thursday and Friday falling below normal.
Flooding continues along the Wolf River, especially near Shiocton and New London. Flooding was also noted on the Menominee River at McAllister. Fast flows can be expected on area rivers, especially downstream of dams that may create hazardous conditions for fishermen.