Today: A bit milder with a few breaks of sun.
High: 29 Wind: Becoming SE 5-10
Tonight: Cloudy with light snow likely. An inch or so accumulation possible.
Low: 26 Wind: SE~10
Tuesday: Any light snow ending very early, then a mix of sun and clouds, breezy and mild.
High: 33 Wind: Becoming West 10-20
A snowy weather pattern is developing. 3 different snowstorms could hit our area this week but none of them will be extraordinary. You will be shoveling mostly lighter amounts of snow.
After shoveling last night's snow you might see a few breaks of sun out there for this Monday. Along with the peeks of sun will come milder temps. Highs should reach the upper 20s this afternoon. Winds will turn to the southeast this afternoon as well around 5-10 mph.
Tonight is when the next bit of snow will develop. It looks like an inch or so of snow could fall as a weak trough of low pressure moves through the area. This snow should end early Tuesday morning and then the weather will turn breezy and a little milder. High temps should top out in the low to mid 30s.
On Wednesday, a bit stronger low pressure system should hit Northcentral Wisconsin in the afternoon and evening. At this point it looks like 1 to 3 inches of snow could fall. Once the snow ends, the wind will turn to the northwest and bring in much colder air. After highs temps in the mid 20s on Wednesday, the mercury will only reach the lower teens on Thursday – even though there will be more sun.
The third storm of the week will increase the clouds once again on Friday and bring a 60% chance of snow later in the day. Some of the snow could linger into Saturday morning. This could be the strongest storm of the week and produce over a few inches of snow. Once again on Saturday the wind will turn to the northwest and this will cool things down. Highs on Friday will reach the low to mid 20s, then linger in the low 20s on Saturday before falling into the single digits on Sunday.
Have a super Monday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, 4:30 a.m. 13-January-2020
On this date in weather history: 1990 - A winter storm in the southwestern U.S. produced more than a twelve inches of snow in the mountains of California and Nevada. In northern California, Huntington Lake was buried under 40 inches of snow, and up to 20 inches was reported in northeastern Nevada. Heavy rain soaked some of the lower elevations of California. Gibraltar Dam CA was drenched with 5.33 inches of rain in two days. (National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)