***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY UNTIL 6AM TUESDAY FOR WAUKESHA, WALWORTH, JEFFERSON, RACINE, MILWAUKEE, AND KENOSHA COUNTIES***
***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY UNTIL 9AM TUESDAY FOR FOND DU LAC, OZAUKEE, DODGE, AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES***
Warmer air is moving into southeastern Wisconsin, changing freezing rain and the wintry mix from earlier into mainly rain. Fog and rain are likely tonight with some spots picking up a half to three-quarters of an inch of water, creating some localized street ponding and puddles.
Some spots up north will still have freezing rain to deal with as accumulations there may climb to a tenth of an inch of ice before changing over to rain by Tuesday morning. Temperatures overnight will stay above freezing for most of us, though a few isolated areas may dip below that mark and create some slick spots, bridges and overpasses may have some water re-freeze so take it easy on the morning commute again.
Rain tapers off on Tuesday morning and the fog will dissipate, the rest of the day looks cloudy with just a stray shower possible. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s with a few locations climbing to 40 degrees despite a northwest wind.
The sunshine returns for Wednesday and the wind turns around to being from the southwest and cranks up a bit, ushering in low 40s for most. Thursday will be a near repeat with blue skies and temps in the low to mid-40s.
Friday will start dry and mild with increasing clouds and rain chances returning by the end of the day. Rain chances and 40s continue through the weekend before colder air starts to move back in by Tuesday to transition the rain back to snow for Wednesday.
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