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NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

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The cold front that moved through last night is bringing much colder and windy weather to the area today compared to Wednesday.

There will be a slight chance of an isolated shower/sprinkle today with that frontal boundary not too far from us, but most of us for most of the day will be dry.

If you live next to Lake Michigan, it will be even colder there.

We'll clear out the skies tonight with lows in the mid-40s.

Friday looks quiet with highs in the 70s, though it will be cooler along Lake Michigan.

As of right now, the system for the weekend will be taking its time to get here and be quite weak when it does.

We will see plenty of clouds on Saturday with perhaps a shower. Highs in the upper-60s.

Our chances of a few showers increase as we head in into Saturday night.

Except for a few lingering morning showers......as of right now, Sunday does not look like a wash, though it will be breezy and just a little cooler. Basically, the weekend will not be a wash.

The Fox River is experiencing minor flooding in Green Lake County.

The river is expected to drop below flood stage into early next week..

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