Friday: A weak system passing through southern Minnesota and into central Wisconsin Friday will keep overcast to mostly cloudy skies in our forecast. The majority of any snow showers should remain to our south, but we could see a few flurries for southern portions of east-central Wisconsin and northwest Wisconsin. Temperatures will be cooler than yesterday, but still about 5 degrees above average with an afternoon high near 24 degrees.

Friday night: Mostly cloudy skies, but quiet conditions will stick around Friday evening and into the overnight hours with a chilly low temperature near 12 degrees.

Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy skies will stick around Saturday, but we should stay dry and quiet with an afternoon high near 23 degrees.

A fast-moving clipper system will slide just to our north on Sunday and bring a chance of light snow showers throughout the day with temperatures climbing into the low 30s. Much colder air and dry conditions return by Monday into the middle of next week.