The latest Northeast Wisconsin Weather Forecast from Storm Team 5…
Snow will continue to come to an end tonight. The snow accumulation from Sunday will lead to slick and snow covered roads. Winds will pick up around 10-15 mph this evening and tonight which may lead to areas of blowing snow especially in open areas.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues into the early morning hours on Monday for the counties shaded in purple. Snow will taper through the overnight, but snow covered and slippery roads will be likely into Monday morning.
Snowfall totals will be in the 1″-3″ range for most of Northeast Wisconsin once the snow ends late this evening. Lower totals will be seen near the Lake Michigan shoreline. Snow accumulations will also be lower once you travel northwest of Shawano. Snow accumulation closer to 3″ will be seen from Marinette to Green Bay and the Fox Valley. An isolated total over 3″ is not out of the question for these areas as well.
The snow will taper this evening with clearing skies and more sunshine on Monday. Highs will range from near 20 to the north to the upper 20s south.
Clouds thicken Tuesday with another system expected to take aim on the area for the middle of the week. Snow should arrive Tuesday night and continue into the morning hours on Wednesday. The latest guidance suggests most of this system will remain snow. Below is an early look at which areas could receive up to 3″ of snowfall. Stay tuned the next few days for more details!
Thursday is looking quieter with more sunshine before another small snow chance returns to the forecast on Friday with highs in the upper 20s.