MILWAUKEE — Due to ice and freezing rain throughout southeastern Wisconsin, many areas now have winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings.
Winter storm warnings have been issued for the following counties:
- Fond Du Lac
Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for the following counties:
Until 6 p.m.
A wintry mix continues northwest of Milwaukee metro through the day, where significant icing is possible along with 2 to 4 inches of snow and sleet.
All the precipitation should wind down by 6 p.m., except for a little remaining freezing drizzle.
The most intense precipitation with THIS storm is not this evening but early Thursday morning with a transition to rain in the SE (which is why the Advisory ends earlier there) A lot more snow up north from this system. #wiwx pic.twitter.com/rbWcinVPMK— ☂Jesse ☈itka ☼ (@jritka) February 6, 2019
The winds pick up and it gets cold again tonight and into tomorrow. We may dip close to zero by tomorrow morning, with wind chills as low as -20.
High temperatures tomorrow will struggle to reach 10 degrees. It will be a cold but nice start to the weekend.
Some light snow is likely on Sunday with a couple inches possible.