By Sunday morning most of the area will be dealing with light snow, and travel could be impacted by snow covered and slick roads. Snow will end by noon, with just a few afternoon flurries possible. There is a slight chance for a few areas of freezing drizzle to develop as snow comes to an end. In total, areas north of I-94 should see 2-4" of snow, while farther south it looks more like 1-2". Highs Sunday will be in the low 30s.
Monday will bring a few lake effect snow showers during the morning and afternoon, and by evening an area of snow will be moving in from the west. There is a high amount of uncertainty regarding how far north this snow will make it. For now, it looks like areas south of Milwaukee see the best chance for a few inches of accumulating snow, but even small shifts in the track of the low will make a big difference in what areas see snow, and how much. Stay tuned for updates. Highs Monday will be in the low to mid 30s.
Aforementioned snow system may, or may not, keep snow showers around for Tuesday. Then, another chance for light snow arrives Wednesday. Thursday and Friday look dry and quiet. Check back for updates through the weekend for the latest information.
TONIGHT: Snow showers
Wind: S 5-10 mph
SUNDAY: Morning snow, then mostly cloudy
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, ch. snow
TUESDAY: Cloudy, ch. snow
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy