WISCONSIN — You may want to have your shovels on hand in case you need them Tuesday. Snow is on the way.
Southeastern Wisconsin could see 1-2 inches of snow on Tuesday.
Meteorologist Brian Niznansky said most of Wisconsin will likely get away with not shoveling, but there are a few areas that may need to. Specifically, areas west of Milwaukee.
The snow, and a little bit of rain, will be in the area by 6 a.m. Tuesday for most of SE Wisconsin therefore possibly affecting your morning commute.
Make sure to think about your commute Tuesday and consider maybe getting up and out the door a little bit earlier in the morning just in case.
Throughout the day, a lot of that snow will turn into rain, especially near the lakefront. By mid to late afternoon, everyone in southeastern Wisconsin will likely see rain.
However, when everything is said and done, areas west of Milwaukee could see 1 to 2 inches. However, Milwaukee and other cities on the lake will see less than half an inch of snow.
Have travel plans Tuesday morning? Make sure you give yourself some extra time to reach your destination. Roads may becomes slick, so travel at speed appropriate for conditions! Here is the latest thinking about when❄️will start to fall over southern Wisconsin Tuesday. #wiwx pic.twitter.com/E9lcpMGO8t— NWS Milwaukee (@NWSMilwaukee) November 23, 2020