After a beautiful Sunday, clouds are on the increase this morning. Temperatures hold steady in the 40s all day. We stay dry during the day but but rain moves in after 5pm this evening. The rain then changes to snow overnight. Most of the area will see less than an inch of accumulation on the grass, while locations well north of Metro Milwaukee may see 1-3 inches of snow by tomorrow morning.
Another storm system is on the way later this week. We may see a little bit of rain and snow on Wednesday, but the main event should hold off until Thursday. This appears to be a much stronger system, but borderline temperatures should prevent a major winter storm. With that said, some accumulation is likely, and maybe enough to shovel. Stay tuned.
TODAY: Mostly Cloudy and Cool
Wind: NW 5-10 mph
TONIGHT: Rain to Snow. Less Than 1", 1-3" NW of Milwaukee Metro
Wind: NW 10-15 mph
TUESDAY: Decreasing Clouds and Chilly
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy With Ch. Rain/Snow
THURSDAY: Rain to Snow Likely. Some Accumulation Possible
FRIDAY: Mostly Cloudy