The last weekend of winter will live up to its reputation with a chilly forecast
Posted: Mar 18, 2023 4:19 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--Saturday should be the coldest day of the weekend (and hopefully the rest of the winter season.) Remember spring starts at 4:24 pm on Monday. By that point, look for temperatures to warm back into the 40s. But first, look for highs only in the 20s on Saturday. The wind gusting from the west at 20 mph will make it feel like the single digits and teens at times. The risk is there for flurries and light snow showers periodically too.
Sunday promises to be sunnier and milder with highs near 40. Then look for 40s most of this coming week. We have the chance for drizzle later Monday along with a better shot of rain by midweek and into the end of the week. 40s seem to stick around for a while as well.