*A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY BEGINS AT 9 AM TUESDAY FOR WALWORTH AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES, AND AT NOON TUESDAY FOR THE REST OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN. THE ADVISORY WILL LAST UNTIL MIDNIGHT. 2-4" OF WET SNOW WILL IMPACT ROADWAYS, WITH SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS POSSIBLE FOR THE EVENING COMMUTE. TRAVELERS WILL NEED EXTRA TIME TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING.*
Skies will be partly clear early tonight and winds will gust up to 35 mph. Overnight, more clouds build in and winds will lighten. Lows fall into the mid 20s.
Tuesday our next winter weather maker arrives. Expect snow to begin between 10 am and noon, spreading from southwest to northeast. Snow may be heavy at times in the afternoon, with wet, heavy snow accumulations of 1-2" south and near the lake, 2-4" north and west. In the evening, it looks like more of a mix develops, especially for areas near the lake, where a southeast wind should keep totals a little lower. Some sleet will likely mix in at times as well. Winds will gust up to 30 mph. Highs Tuesday will be in the upper 30s. Any rain and snow look to wrap up by about 10 pm.
Wednesday is mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 20s and low 30s. Wednesday night a round of light snow moves in, with up to an inch possible. Flurries will linger into Thursday morning.
Another winter weather system is expected this weekend. It's still too early to say how it will play out, regarding how much rain vs. snow and potential snow totals. Check back later this week for an update.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and breezy
Wind: W to N 10-15 Gusts to 35 mph
TUESDAY: Snow/Wintry Mix Late. 1-2" Accumulation, North 2-4" possible
Wind: E/SE 10-15 G 30 mph
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, PM Light snow
THURSDAY: AM Flurries, mostly cloudy
FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy
SATURDAY: Chance rain/snow mix, some accum. possible