GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Folks in far northern Wisconsin could see snow on the ground by the time they wake up on Monday.
The National Weather Service says a low pressure system is moving east through the Upper Midwest Friday.
Northern and central Wisconsin could see a mix of rain and snow showers late Friday night and into Saturday. Then on Sunday, another low pressure system will move through.
Right now, the forecast is for just rain in most of the state. Northern areas could get all snow Sunday night and Monday, with around an inch on the ground by Monday morning.
Lake effect snow showers are possible along Lake Superior in far northern Wisconsin early next week.
Of course, all this means it's finally getting colder. Highs are projected to be in the 40's and 50's all weekend throughout the Badger State.
The Weather Service blames the falling of the jet stream from the north of Wisconsin to the south.
Statewide temperatures were running 5 to 6 degrees above normal during the first-half of October. For the latter half, forecasters say it could get down to 10 degrees below the norms.