***A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY CONTINUES UNTIL 2AM FOR WAUKESHA, OZAUKEE, WASHINGTON, DODGE, FOND DU LAC, AND SHEBOYGAN COUNTIES****
Tonight snow has largely ended, but areas of sleet and freezing drizzle are possible through about midnight. We will also watch for areas of fog to develop tonight, which could be dense in some places. Fog should clear by 4-6 am. Overnight temperatures will be in the upper 20s to mid 30s.
Wednesday morning temperatures will start to fall into the 20s; with wet roadways we will likely see development of ice and black ice. Bridges and overpasses will be especially susceptible to icing, be very careful driving overnight and Wednesday morning.
Wednesday afternoon is mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 20s. Wednesday night a quick moving band of snow moves through, not everyone will see snow, but those who do could pick up a quick half inch to an inch of light, fluffy snow.
Thursday and Friday are mainly quiet weather days with mostly cloudy skies and highs around 30-degrees.
Saturday and Saturday night, possibly Sunday morning, we are expecting our next winter storm. Confidence is increasing in an impactful snow event. Moderate to heavy snow looks possible, be sure to check back for updates over the next few days.
TONIGHT: Wintry Mix Ending, Areas of Fog
Wind: S/W 5-10 mph
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, cool, chance light snow Wed. Night
High: 34 (temps fall into the 20s in the afternoon)
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy
SATURDAY: Snow, breezy
SUNDAY: Chance morning snow, then partly cloudy, breezy