Scattered rain possible today, frost advisory Friday
MILWAUKEE - People in Southeastern Wisconsin should be discovering rain in parts of our area Thursday, and they may be discovering frost on their lawns and plants as they wake up Friday.
A frost advisory has been issued for Milwaukee, Kenosha, Ozaukee, Racine and Kenosha Counties from 1:00 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. Friday.
Storm Team 4Caster Scott Steele explains that clouds will diminish today, but not before pockets of rain fall.
"I'd risk it and leave the umbrella at home and not carry it around," said Steele.
"There may be some scattered showers that pop up from time to time, though we won't see widespread, long duration rain."
He forecasts a high of 50 on Thursday, but temperatures are expected to drop to near the freezing mark - 34 - Thursday night.
Here's your Storm Team 4Cast for Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin by Scott Steele
TODAY: Decreasing clouds and cool with a few scattered showers possible
High: Near 50
Wind: NW 7-12 mph
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, cooler with patchy frost
Lows: Near 34
Wind: SW 5 mph
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, turning a bit breezy, and cool, isolated afternoon shower
High: Near 52
Wind: SW 7-15 mph
FRI NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy, seasonally cool
Lows: Near 35
Wind: W 5-10 mph
SATURDAY: Sunny and cool
High: Near 51