UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) - A mild October has turned into a more normal November in Wisconsin -- at least for now.
Much of the Badger State is below freezing this morning. Ashland was the state's cold spot with 21-degrees at five o'clock. The eastern part of the state had light rain and drizzle yesterday, and it was cloudy and cool everywhere else. Still, the afternoon highs were generally 3-to-7 degrees above normal, in the 40's.
A slight warm-up is expected today, as southerly winds move in. Highs are expected near 50 every day through Tuesday. A dry day is predicted for today, but rain is possible tomorrow and Tuesday, with a chance of snow on Wednesday as another cooling wave moves in.