Portion of big snow storm moving into southern part of stateWisconsin Weather
-- Don’t look now – but that big snow-storm that was supposed to begin tomorrow night is arriving this afternoon in southern Wisconsin.
Don’t look now – but that big snow-storm that was supposed to begin tomorrow night is arriving this afternoon in southern Wisconsin.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until six this evening for much of far southern Wisconsin including Madison. That region’s supposed 2-to-3 inches today. They’ll then get a little break before 7-to-10 more inches arrive tomorrow evening into Thursday – when winds are supposed to gust to up to 40-miles-an-hour.
The weather advisory continues until nine tonight in southeast Wisconsin. Dodge County expects 2-to-3 inches today, and 6-to-10 more when the next wave comes through starting tomorrow night. Metro Milwaukee is expecting a little less – an inch or two today and 4-to-6 Thursday. Racine and Kenosha is supposed to get even less snow. But a rainy mix there could make things icy at times. Southwest, central, and northeast Wisconsin are projected to miss today’s snow – but they’re still supported to get 6-to-10 inches tomorrow night and Thursday.
Virtually all of Wisconsin is projected to get high winds on Thursday – causing blowing and drifting snow in many locations. With today’s snowfall, Milwaukee can expect to end its record streak of 288 days without measurable snow.