A heavy, wet snow is on its way into the state tonight. Conditions may only get worse in some areas, as the intensity increases through the overnight.

Expect pockets and bands of heavy snow to continue through early Wednesday morning in the Eastern part of our state.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OVER SIX INCHES are likely for the greater SE portion of our state. Some locales may see over 8" of snow, thanks to enhancement from the lake. My hunch is: we'll see a lot of closings and cancellations Wednesday morning.

The snow should be done and gone by Wednesday night. Then, brace yourself for the Polar Plunge coming on Friday!

Yet another chance at snow is coming on Monday, followed by even more cold air. It must be January in Wisconsin.
Stay safe tonight!



Tonight: Heavy snow overnight. Watch for slippery, snowpacked roads. Low: 29 | Wind: N/NE 5-10mph

Wednesday: Morning snow slowly tapers off by midday. Mostly cloudy and breezy, temps fall. | High: 29 | Wind: NW 10-20mph G25mph

Thursday: Clouds try to break, windy and colder. Harsh wind chills. | Low: 12  High: 21 | Wind: NW 15-25mph

Friday: Mostly cloudy and turning sharply colder. A few flurries? | Low: -6  High: 4  | Wind: NW 5-15mph

Saturday: Mostly cloudy and frigid. | Low: -4  High: 10

Sunday: Cloudy and still frigid. | Low: 4  High: 15

Monday: Cloudy with a good chance of snow. Not as cold. | Low: 12  High: 23

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and sharply colder. | Low: 4  High: 9


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