Overnight the weather will be quiet with partly cloudy skies. Lows will drop to around 20-degrees near the lake and teens inland.
Monday winds will pick up, gusting to around 35 mph. There will be a chance for scattered lake effect snow showers early in the day, with otherwise mostly cloudy skies. Then Monday night a weather system will move in from the southwest. We will be on the northern edge of the snow, and there is still some uncertainty regarding how far north the snow will go. Areas from Milwaukee south see the best chance for moderate to heavy accumulating snow from Monday night into Tuesday. Farther north, snow looks lighter and a bit more scattered.
As of right now, across Kenosha, Walworth, and Racine counties, 3-5" of snow will be possible by the end of the day Tuesday. Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties could see 2-4" of snow, and farther north we may see anywhere from 0-2" of snow. *Check back for updates regularly as small shifts in the storm track will impact snowfall amounts greatly. It will also be windy on Tuesday, causing potential for blowing snow. High waves will build on Lake Michigan early in the week as well due to strong winds.
Wednesday brings another chance for scattered, light snow. It remains windy through Wednesday. Thursday and Friday look dry with some sun and highs in the 20s. A chance for rain and snow return sometime next weekend.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy
Low: 20, teens inland
Wind: N 5-15 mph
MONDAY: Windy, scattered lake effect snow early, then snow late
Wind: NE 10-20 Gusts 35 mph
TUESDAY: Snow, heavier snow from Milwaukee and areas south, windy
WEDNESDAY: Ch. Snow, cloudy, windy
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy
FRIDAY: Partly sunny