******WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR RACINE, KENOSHA, AND WALWORTH COUNTIES UNTIL 3AM WEDNESDAY***********
*******WINTER STORM WARNING FOR FOND DU LAC, SHEBOYGAN, DODGE, WASHINGTON, OZAUKEE, JEFFERSON, WAUKESHA, AND MILWAUKEE COUNTIES UNTIL 3AM WEDNESDAY********
Most of us are waking up to several inches of snow. Look for occasional snow, sleet, and freezing rain to continue through the day today. Additional daytime snow accumulations should be in the 1 to 3 inch range, with total snow this evening in the 6 to 8 inch range for most. Heavier amounts are likely north of Milwaukee and lighter amounts south of Milwaukee. Just a few flurries linger tonight but with lots of blowing snow as northwest winds gust over 30 mph. Temperatures eventually fall into the teens by tomorrow morning.
It will be windy but a decent day on Wednesday with partly cloudy skies and highs around 30 degrees. A return of a wintry mix is likely on Thursday. As of right now, this doesn't look like a major system, but we may be shoveling once again.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN
TODAY: Occaisonal Snow, Sleet, Frz. Drizzle. 1-3" Additional
Wind: E to NW 15 mph
TONIGHT: Snow Showers Ending and Windy. Total Snow 6-8" Higher North, Less South
Wind: W 20-30 mph
WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy and Windy
THURSDAY: Snow/Wintry Mix Likely
FRIDAY: Mostly to Partly Cloudy and Cold
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny