This rain or a few T-storms will continue tonight. A widespread 0.50"-1.00" is likely across N.E.W. which could aggravate ongoing flooding & produce additional flooding. The rain will change to snow as we head into Friday morning with some accumulation possible by then....dusting - 2" with locally higher amounts. This looks like a decent rain- and wind-maker kicking up the rivers and moving ice around on Lake Winnebago and the Bay into Friday. A few strong storms are also possible with even a small hail & wind threat. Behind the storm we can expect gusty NW winds to around 40-45 mph. Ice shoves are possible along the eastern shoreline of Green Bay & Lake Winnebago. However this storm tracks, after it exits the region, temperatures will fall into the teens by Saturday Morning with highs possibly not breaking the freezing mark for daytime highs. This should be short lived as more seasonable temperatures returning Sunday.