Nice start to December but much colder next week

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Thankfully, winds have died down, so the wind chill is quite minimal in many areas. Highs will be around average in the low and mid 50s.

Calm conditions will continue the evening hours tonight. Temperatures will be slow to cool through the 50s.

Skies are clearing out in Mid-Michigan this morning as any leftover cloud cover from yesterday is quickly departing the region. Keep that in mind if you have any early travel plans for Saturday morning.

There are a few changes in the forecast for Saturday. Overall, a great Friday to get out and enjoy! Sunday at Lambeau will be mild for this time of the year, in the upper 40s. Monday will be even warmer. Highs on Saturday will hold steady near 50, with lower 50s in the forecast for Sunday. There will be lots of clouds today, so temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than yesterday, but still well above average in the mid-70s. The afternoon high will be on either side of the 70 degree mark.

The work week wraps up with sunshine and temperatures in the upper 60s.

The National Weather Service said rain on Monday could include a thunderstorm, then finish up with a slight chance of snow early Tuesday.

A warming trend will continue for the first couple days of next week.

Tuesday we are stuck in the 30s for highs with another push of cold air on Thursday. Wet surfaces and warm grounds should make any accumulation nearly impossible for this system.

Temperatures are milder, but not too cold.