Thursday Forecast 1/30

By Luke Sampe |, Dave Miller, Meteorologist

Published 01/24 2014 07:36AM

Updated 01/29 2014 10:37PM

From Storm Team 5 Meteorologists Luke Sampe and Dave Miller...

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for most of Northeast Wisconsin Thursday...

Clouds will increase into early Thursday morning which will lead to light snow developing mid/late morning Thursday. 

We are expecting  2-4" of accumulation with the most falling north of Green Bay.

A Winter Weather Advisory have been posted for a good portion of Northeast Wisconsin Thursday. Slippery roads can be expected during the day as the snow makes the roads hazardous during the afternoon.
Skies will clear out late Thursday evening and temperatures will turn colder for Friday highs in the single digits and overnight lows below zero. We are not expecting conditions like we saw earlier in the week although temperatures will remain well below normal.

Another weather system will pass to our south on Saturday although we will see some flurries along with cloud cover. Quiet conditions with some sunshine can be expected on Sunday and Monday before another weather system moves in on Tuesday which could produce some flurries. Highs will be in the teens through that stretch. Highs will be in the teens next week and lows around zero.

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