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Snow and below zero temperatures on the way

and last updated 2020-02-11 23:34:36-05

After a quiet day with highs near 30, tonight is clear and chilly with lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits. However, the wind shifts to the SW late tonight and we warm into the lower 30s by 7am.

Wednesday is mostly sunny in the morning, then increasing clouds, breezy and mild with a high of 38. After 5pm, light rain/snow mix moves in that will change to all snow overnight and into Thursday morning. Right now we are looking at 2-3” of snow across SE Wisconsin with isolated 4” amounts. Then it gets cold and windy on Thursday.

The afternoon will see some sun, but the high is only 17 and a NW wind gusting to 35 mph with drop wind chills to near 0 all afternoon. Thursday night is the coldest night of the season so far with a low of -2 in Milwaukee and -10 inland. It will be the first time we are below zero this winter in Milwaukee. Wind chills will be to -20 by Friday morning.

Friday is sunny and cold with a high of 16. It is just a one day cold snap as warmer temps move back in for the weekend. Another chance for snow arrives late Saturday afternoon with a high of 33 and a SW wind to 30 mph. Sunday morning has lingering flurries, then some clearing and a high of 36.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy and chilly
Low: 18 Lakefront…13 inland
Warming to 24 by 7am
Wind: SW 10-15 mph

WEDNESDAY: Morning sun, then increasing clouds, breezy and mild with wintry mix after 5pm
High: 38
Wind: SW 10-20 mph

THURSDAY: Morning snow, then cloudy, windy and cold
Accumulation: 2-4”
High: 17
Wind: NW 15-30 gusting to 35 mph

THURSDAY NIGHT: Clear, windy and very cold
Low: -1 Lakefront….-10 Inland
Wind chills to -20

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and cold
High: 16
Wind: SW 10-15 mph

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy and windy with afternoon snow
High: 33
Wind: SW 15-30 mph

SUNDAY: Morning flurries, then partly cloudy and mild
High: 36
Wind: W 5-10 mph

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