A few light snow showers are possible south of Milwaukee late this afternoon and evening. Overnight skies will begin to clear, and lows will quickly fall below zero. By early Sunday morning temperatures will range from -5° near the late to -15° inland. Factor in a gusty WNW wind and it will feel like -20° to -30°. If you plan to head out, dress appropriately, and limit the amount of time you are outside.
Sunday afternoon will be partly cloudy with highs in the single digits. It will feel like temperatures are anywhere from -10° to -25°. Sunday night lows fall back below zero.
Monday morning will bring the chance for a few light snow showers, with another chance for light snow Monday night. The best chance for snow will be from Milwaukee south. Highs Monday will be in the single digits to low teens. Tuesday is partly cloudy and still cold with a high of near 10°. Wednesday is mostly cloudy with single digit high temps.
Thursday and Friday bring our next chance for snow.
***A WIND CHILL ADVISORY GOES INTO EFFECT AT 9 PM SATURDAY NIGHT. OVERNIGHT WIND CHILLS WILL RANGE FROM -20 TO -30°. FROSTBITE CAN OCCUR WITHIN 10 MINUTES ON EXPOSED SKIN. THE ADVISORY EXPIRES AT NOON ON SUNDAY.***
TONIGHT: Partly to mostly clear
Low: -5 Lakefront to -15 inland
Wind chills: -20 to -30
Wind: NNW 10-15 G 25 mph
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy and very cold
Wind chills: -10 to -25
Wind: W 5-10 G 20 mph
MONDAY: Light snow and cold
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy and cold
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, ch. snow