Southeastern Wisconsin was just hit by a major snowstorm and now, another one is on its way not even a week later.
TMJ4's meteorologists are seeing rain/sleet and snow showers headed for SE Wisconsin as early as Thursday. They are predicting the heavier snow to fall around the afternoon.
As of now, the Milwaukee area is expected to pick up another 2 to 4 inches of heavy, wet snow Thursday.
Areas northwest of Milwaukee could possibly see up to 6 inches.
The snow is expected to wrap up sometime Thursday night.
However, you may want to shovel quickly as cold, arctic air moves in Friday, likely freezing whatever is left on the pavement.
Friday's high is expected to be 15 degrees with a wind chill ranging from -15 to -5.
There is a winter storm watch for Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Dodge, and Jefferson counties from 6 a.m. Thursday until noon Friday.
There is also a winter weather advisory for Ozaukee, Washington, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Walworth, Racine, and Kenosha counties from 6 a.m. Thursday until noon Friday.