From Storm Team 5...
Blizzard conditions persist into Sunday as heavy snow continues to impact the surrounding area with this record-setting April storm. BLIZZARD WARNING and WINTER STORM WARNING will expire at midnight tonight. In the meantime, snow will persist and create hazardous driving conditions on the roads, and winds will continue to be an issue from 40 to 50 miles per hour at times. We'll watch for some minor ice and sleet to fall mainly to the south and near the Lake Michigan shoreline.
By far, the heaviest of snow will fall through the morning and afternoon on Sunday, but will start to wind down through the evening and overnight as a lighter brand of snow works overhead. Additional accumulations through the remainder of this storm will be on the order of 6" to 12" on top of what has already fallen over the last few days, with the highest totals likely to set up north of Green Bay and the Fox Cities.
Three day storm reports coming in this morning, some communities exceeding two feet of snow! IT'S NOT OVER YET. We will tack on additional snow from 7" to 12" through Monday morning. pic.twitter.com/hTJxbXY0YW— Jordan Lamers (@jordan_lamers) April 15, 2018
On Monday, although we may see some additional light snow and minor accumulation, the big story will be the clean-up from this weekend event which will likely create a few delays or closings heading into the first day of the work week.
We go dry on Tuesday, but another system approaches from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning where a mix of rain and snow showers will come by again. Some additional snow or ice accumulation will be possible, but it's too early to pinpoint where that snow will end up.
Stay tuned for updates throughout the day!