The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…
It was a bitterly cold start to this Thursday morning under clear skies. Now this afternoon, clouds are starting to move back in as our next storm system approaches.
Starting tonight around sunset and the hours after, light snow shower will work up from the south. The snow chance continues overnight into early Friday morning. Given air temps in the single digits at this time, the snow will be very light and fluffy, but it’s that type of snow that will accumulate quickly and make roads slippery before Friday. The low is 4 degrees.
SNOW ACCUMULATION will be minor tonight into Friday, but enough to make roads slippery. Storm Team 5 is expecting a range of roughly 0.5″ to 2″ of an easy-to-clear snow, with some of the higher totals coming in around Lake Michigan.
The snow exits early on Friday with partly sunny skies during the day. The high temps is 11 degrees.
Our next snow chance then comes in late Friday night (after midnight) into Saturday afternoon. We still have to iron out the details on how much for the weekend, but keep it here as we will have our snow accumulation forecast by tomorrow.