If you still have some fall chores to do outside, today (Monday) might be your last chance to get them done. The National Weather Service says highs will reach the mid 40s in far northern Wisconsin, and 50 in the southern third of the Badger State. A fast moving warm front is going through the Upper Midwest, and forecasters say it could hit 60 in portions of southern Minnesota before it gets cold again tomorrow (Tuesday) — when highs are projected to range from the mid 20s in the north to 40 in the south. Thanksgiving is supposed to be unseasonably cold with morning temperatures in the teens in the north and highs in the 30s statewide. For now, holiday travelers can expect sunny to partly cloudy skies on Wednesday across the Badger State.