WINTER STORM WARNING: Pockets of heavy snow this afternoon

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The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…

WINTER STORM WARNING WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL EARLY FRIDAY.

INTERACTIVE: Wisconsin Weather Radar

THE AFTERNOON: Heavy snow will form at this time. Snow covered roads are expected across the entire WFRV coverage area. A light wintry mix of rain and snow is possible closer to the Lake Michigan shoreline.

THE EVENING: Snow will lose intensity by the hour, tapering off slowly from west to east. All snow should exit by midnight, but that will be sooner for Green Bay, the Fox Cities and areas west of there.

Tonight, when the snow drops off, the wind really ramps up. West winds will gust up around 35 to 45 miles per hour and that could blow or drift around some of the fallen snow. The low temp is 8 degrees, but feeling below zero when you factor in the wind chill.

Tomorrow will stay windy and cold. Partly sunny skies, but a west wind ranging from 25 to 45 miles per hour will be the issue. The high is 13, and wind chills that could be as low as -5 or -15 degrees.

Saturday will be bitterly cold. Mostly sunny with a high of 7 degrees, and morning wind chills as low as -15 to -25 degrees.

Sunday will be even colder! Mostly sunny and 0 degrees for the high! Wind chills could go as low as -25 to -35 degrees.

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