EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is from 12/30/2019. For the latest forecast visit the link here: https://www.wearegreenbay.com/weather/
From Storm Team 5….
It will turn snowy by the end of the day Monday! Falling temperatures into the afternoon will bring a change over to snow, moderate to heavy at times.
Mid-day commute: Roads could be slick at this time as more snow than rain can be expected. Winds will be a bit breezy and visibility will be cut down.
Evening commute: Road conditions deteriorate further as heavy snow continues. Winds stay breezy which will lead to blowing snow.
SNOW ACCUMULATION: A widespread 2″ to 4″ of heavy, wet snow will be possible through the heart of the area and the Lake Michigan shoreline where rain will hold on for longer. A batch 4″ to 6″ will be scattered through our part of the state, in places where it has snowed a bit through the morning. Snow totals will be highest up north and out to the west by Wausau where snow could exceed 6″.
Tonight, snow showers will weaken in intensity but still be scattered overnight through northeast Wisconsin. Breezy west winds will lower temperatures to 26 degrees by tomorrow morning.
Tuesday morning, the light snow will taper off early on. Mostly cloudy skies are are expected for the majority of New Year’s Eve with a high of 30 degrees. Later at night, clear skies and a little chilly as temps fall back to teens for the ball drop!
New Year’s Day on Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 32 degrees.