We have dealt with a couple rounds of showers and storms over the past 24 hours, and may yet see more to come this afternoon and this evening. There is a small chance for a strong or severe thunderstorm, mainly southern sections.
Thankfully, no showers or storms this far have reached severe criteria, but these storms have brought periodic heavy rain and frequent lightning, so be sure to head indoors if you are outside and one approaches, and slow down on the roads if driving through one.
The bulk of the wet weather will end tonight.
It will be much cooler for game day against the Lions as well. If you're heading to the Packers-Lions game at noon, you might want a light jacket with high temperatures only reaching 60, and it will be breezy with SW winds between 5 and 15 mph.
On the upside, it does look dry for most of the day tomorrow. A few showers may be around for the morning hours, but by the time kickoff rolls around, we should have partly to mostly cloudy skies overhead.
Area road crews are ready to get out and salt the roadways. However, they say, that can't be doing that Wednesday night.
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