A powerful spring storm is impacting millions today, from tornadic thunderstorms to heavy snowfall.
We are positioned between both extremes here in Northeast Wisconsin.
Some heavy rainfall is expected later tonight as a frontal boundary moves in.
There is a marginal risk of severe storms for areas south of Green Bay.
The primary threat hazard would be hail.
The greater concern is the increasing wind gusts out of the northeast.
This will resulting in some lakeshore flooding.
All areas along the Bay of Green Bay are under this advisory.
Heavy showers and thunderstorms tonight will result in rainfall totals near or exceeding an inch.
With a soil still saturated from previous rains and continued snowmelt, local rivers and streams may become more stressed, resulting in additional river flood warnings.
Some light rain showers are possible on Sunday with temperatures in the mid 40s.
The storm system will then exit the region with calmer weather returning Monday.
Temperatures will be in the mid 40s.
It will be cooler on Tuesday with highs in the lower to mid 40s.
We get back to near 50 Wednesday under mostly cloudy skies.
It's getting to this time of the year where lakeside areas will develop lake breezes while inland locations see warmer temperatures.