Cloudy Monday, winter storm Tuesday

Cloudy Monday, winter storm Tuesday

Note: This story will no longer be updated. See the latest weather forecast here.

*** A widespread winter storm watch was issued ahead of Tuesday's snowfall. On Tuesday, a heavy accumulation of wet snow will fall, making travel difficult.***

Storm Team 4 continues to monitor the winter storm set to impact Wisconsin late Monday into early Wednesday.

Sunday night into Monday will be calm and cloudy. Low temperatures overnight will be around 30 degrees, and highs on Monday will be a few degrees above freezing. Monday will be a good day to prepare before snow falls on Tuesday. Make sure you have a shovel or gas for your snow blower, and that your winter vehicle kit is stocked and ready.

Snow showers will begin overnight Monday into early Tuesday morning, with the heaviest impact snow arriving in southeastern Wisconsin Tuesday morning and afternoon. This will definitely slow down your Tuesday morning commute! Snow will continue until Tuesday night, ending early Wednesday morning. Lakeside locations may be affected by warmer surface temperatures and relatively warm Lake Michigan waters (42 degrees), creating more of a rain/snow mix in eastern Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties.

In terms of snow totals, it looks like most of the area will pick up 5-9 inches of snowfall. However, near Lake Michigan, these totals are expected to be lower, and more in the 2-5 inch range. We still have another day to observe slight shifts in the low pressure track, which could mean a change in overall totals. Additionally, we will be monitoring high-resolution models to get a better idea of ​​how the lake affects overall snow amounts.

A wide area, this snow appears to be dense and wet; Use caution while shoveling and take frequent breaks. Be sure to think about plans for outdoor pets, and secure any loose outdoor items or holiday decorations. Those with travel plans on Tuesday should consider adjusting those plans.

Another round of light snow is likely late Wednesday into Thursday. Then another round of snow looks possible Friday into Saturday, but this is still an exit and the forecast may change. It looks like temperatures will be cooler late into the week into next week.

Tonight: Cloudy Low: 30
Wind: West/South 5-10 mph

Monday: cloudy
High: 37
Wind: S/SW 10-20 mph

Tuesday: Heavy snow, rain/lakeside snow, breezy
Aggregation: Widespread, 5 to 9 inches inland, 2 to 5 inches on lakeshores
High: 37

Wednesday: Cloudy, breezy, light snow late
High: 35

Thursday: Snow in the morning, then cloudy
High: 33

Friday: Chance of snow
High: 28

It's time to watch on your own time. Stream local news and weather 24/7 by searching “TMJ4” on your device.

Available for download on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and more.

(Tags for translation)7-day weather forecast

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *