GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Earlier this week, it felt like July in Wisconsin.
By this time Friday, it could feel like October. The extreme heat from Monday and Tuesday was pushed away by a cool air mass that came in from the north, led by a weak cold front which went through the Badger State Wednesday night.
As a result, it was only 57 degrees at noon in Land O'Lakes, north of Eagle River at the Wisconsin-Michigan border. Janesville was at 79 at mid-day. It was 97 in that city at the same time just two days ago.
Thursday night, clear skies will cool things down to between the mid-30's and mid-40's in the Badger State.
As of early afternoon, the National Weather Service did not issue any frost advisories -- but that could be coming soon.
Forecasters say it might not get out of the 60's anywhere in Wisconsin Friday and Saturday. There's a slight chance of rain in eastern areas Thursday afternoon and early evening -- and only a slight chance on Saturday and Sunday.