Today's Storm Team 4cast

***WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM 6PM SATURDAY THROUGH 12AM MONDAY***
 
The daytime hours today still quiet, but snow is on the way this evening.  Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy and temperatures will be cold.  Highs will only be in the lower 20s. 
 

The leading edge of the snow moves into our southwestern locations after 6 p.m. but holds off until after 8 p.m  for Milwaukee and north.  Periods of light to moderate snow continue all night with 2-4" of accumulation by Sunday morning.  Snow then continues all day Sunday. Total snow accumulation for most should in the 6-10" range by Sunday evening.  Higher amounts will be possible along the Illinois border.  Snow will probably come to an end by around 6 p.m. Sunday evening.  Snow will have a high impact on road conditions, however, snowfall rates should remain modest through much of the event, giving enough time for crews to keep the main highways relatively clear.

Very cold arctic air is set to follow next week.  Forecasted highs are only in the teens by Tuesday.  Morning low temperatures may approach zero, especially inland.  Wind chills will be subzero at times.

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