Today's Storm Team 4cast

FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE:

 

  • WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON TUESDAY FOR OZAUKEE AND SHEBOYGAN COUNTIES.
  • WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 6AM  TUESDAY FOR DODGE, FOND DU LAC, JEFFERSON, MILWAUKEE, OZAUKEE, WALWORTH, WASHINGTON, AND WAUKESHA COUNTIES.

 

YOUR STORM TEAM 4CAST:

After a very quiet winter for snowfall, we finally got a storm system in here Sunday night that dropped about 2” of snow by morning.  It continued to snow all day, but the snowflakes were very small so the accumulation was just a dusting.  Meanwhile, areas of Sheboygan County got more than 8” of lake effect snow.  Lake effect snow bands are moving south along the lakefront and those areas will pick up an additional 2-3” of snow this evening while inland areas get about 1”.  

Light snow continues after midnight in Milwaukee with less than 1” of additional accumulation by midmorning.  It then tapers off to flurries the rest of the day.  Milwaukee should end up with 4-5” of snow when it is all over with tomorrow.  Inland areas will have about 3” of accumulation.  Lows tonight will stay in the teens with a light breeze, and Tuesday’s high is 22 with a NW at 10-15 mph.

Wednesday is sunny and breezy with a high of 22 and some blowing snow. A warm up begins on Thursday with sunshine and highs in the lower 30s.   A SW wind to 20 mph is the reason for the warm up , and it continues on Friday with a high of 37.  It remains breezy and warm for Saturday with a high of 42.  Highs remain in the upper 30s on Sunday with a rain/snow mix likely, and it turns to all snow on Monday with highs near 30…stay tuned for that storm.

 

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