Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Published: Dec. 28, 2020 at 11:16 AM CST
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A weak front moving through northern Wisconsin is giving us more clouds, mixing with sunshine at times. A few flurries are possible this afternoon, but no additional accumulating snow is expected for now. Meanwhile, a brisk west wind is keeping temperatures in check. High temperatures will be mainly in the seasonable middle 20s, with wind chills in the lower teens. Those “feels-like temperatures” will fall below zero overnight and into Tuesday morning.

Our next weathermaker is still on track to bring us another round of snow Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. The latest information in the First Alert Weather Center suggests that most folks will get 3-6″ of snowfall, but some isolated higher totals are possible. Towards the end of the storm, some freezing drizzle is possible across the area. Needless to say, more slippery travel is expected during the midweek, especially Wednesday morning... Keep informed as we make any adjustments to the forecast!

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AFTERNOON: A mix of sun and clouds. Flurries possible. HIGH: 25 (chills in the lower teens)

TONIGHT: Turning clear. LOW: 7 (subzero wind chills)

TUESDAY: Increasing clouds. Seasonably cold. Snow develops at NIGHT. HIGH: 25 LOW: 23, then rising

WEDNESDAY: Blustery with morning snow... 3-6″ for most areas. Freezing drizzle is possible late. HIGH: 32 LOW: 13

NEW YEAR’S EVE: Decreasing clouds. Seasonably cold. HIGH: 24 LOW: 14

NEW YEAR’S DAY: Cloudy skies. More snow develops. HIGH: 30 LOW: 21

SATURDAY: Decreasing clouds. Seasonably cold. HIGH: 26 LOW: 15

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. A brisk wind. HIGH: 26

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