MILWAUKEE — Another snow storm is on the way and it could bring 2-3 inches to Milwaukee, with a chance for more than that in northern areas.
Friday is going to be mostly dry with a chance for some flurries or even a snow shower in the afternoon. However, if we get anything Friday, it won't amount to much.
The same goes for Saturday. There's a chance for some snow showers or flurries but our main focus is Sunday.
People in or near Milwaukee can expect to see the snow move in around 9 a.m. on Sunday. Milwaukee can expect to see 2-3 inches of snow with more possible to our north.
This snow is going to be wet, slushy, and heavy due to the temperatures. What does that mean? It means shoveling won't be too much fun.
As of now, southeastern Wisconsin doesn't have any winter storm watches or advisories. However, those could still come in.
Western Wisconsin is already seeing some winter storm watches, but again, things could change as the weekend goes on.