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Clear

9°F

Hi: 12° Lo:

(Feels like -3°F)
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 46%

Dewpoint: -8°
Wind Chill: -3°
Wind Direction: NNW
Wind Speed: 8 mph

Sunrise: 07:22:50 am
Sunset: 04:44:45 pm

Monday

Hi: 21° Lo: 17°
Tuesday

Hi: 25° Lo: 19°
Wednesday

Hi: 25° Lo: 8°
Thursday

Hi: 20° Lo: -7°
Friday

Hi: 2° Lo: -6°
Saturday

Hi: 7° Lo: -6°

6 PM


Humidity: 50%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW

7 PM


Humidity: 60%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW

8 PM


Humidity: 61%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW

9 PM


Humidity: 62%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW

10 PM


Humidity: 63%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW

11 PM


Humidity: 64%
Precip: 0%
Wind: 9 mph WNW
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MULTIPLE SNOW CHANCES THIS WEEK...

From StormCenter 2 Meteorologist David Ernst:

Skies will stay mainly clear this evening, and temperatures will drop quickly after sunset. Look for readings to dip below zero across much of Northeast Wisconsin overnight. Although winds will be lighter than last night, chills of -10 to -20 are still possible into Monday morning. We should start the day mostly sunny, but clouds will be on the increase. Look for cloudy skies by the afternoon with highs milder than today's... in the mid teens to near 20. We should stay dry and snow free through the day.

Our next weather maker is due to arrive Monday night into Tuesday. This storm could unfold with two rounds of snow. The first, overnight Monday ending Tuesday morning, would be lighter with minimal accumulations. The second round will be steadier and more widespread and develops into Tuesday afternoon. The snow should continue falling through the evening, and will likely lead to a slippery drive home Tuesday. Right now, it looks like most of Northeast Wisconsin will receive 3-6" of snow by Wednesday morning. Tuesday will be a WEATHER AWARE DAY as travel will likely be impacted, even if the snow ends up lighter than it appears now.

Additional snow chances can be expected later in the week. The next round of light snow could arrive by Thursday. Followed by another round later Friday and again on Sunday. In addition to those snow chances, another Arctic blast appears likely for next weekend. Harsh wind chills can be expected, and highs may stay in the single digits again with lows below zero.

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WIND FORECAST:

MONDAY: E/S 5-10 MPH
TUESDAY: S 5-15 MPH
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TONIGHT:
Bitter cold with clear skies. LATE EVENING TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE (10:41pm - 11:43pm).
LOW: -3 (wind chills: -10 to -20)

MLK JR. DAY (MON):
Morning sunshine, then increasing clouds. Light snow develops at NIGHT.
HIGH: 18
LOW: 15 (rising after midnight)

TUESDAY:
Snow at times... 3-6" possible. A bit blustery.
HIGH: 25
LOW: 17

WEDNESDAY:
Snow ends early. Mostly cloudy and blustery.
HIGH: 24
LOW: 8

THURSDAY:
Light snow showers. Bluster, and turning colder.
HIGH: 21
LOW: -4

FRIDAY:
Mostly cloudy with light snow possible late. Frigid with harsh wind chills.
HIGH: 3
LOW: -6

SATURDAY:
Light snow early. Cold and mostly cloudy.
HIGH: 7
LOW: -2

SUNDAY:
Cloudy with spotty snow showers. Blustery.
HIGH: 13


 
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