Heavy snow late tonight

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Today: Mostly cloudy and seasonal.
High: 25 Wind: East 10-15

Tonight: Snow developing by midnight, becoming heavy at times.
Low: 20 Wind: East 10-15

Tuesday: Snow continues, heaviest in the morning, turning lighter in the afternoon. 7 to 11 inches accumulation likely.
High: 23 Wind: NE 10-20 becoming NW

The snow is getting deep across north central Wisconsin and it looks like it will get even deeper. More snow is on the way for tonight and tomorrow. Temperatures will also remain a bit below normal later this week so the snow will not be melting anytime soon.

Today will be a quiet and seasonal day for everyone to clean up the recently fallen snow. We will have mostly cloudy skies and high temps in the mid to upper 20s. Winds will be out of the east at around 5 to 10 mph.

Another low pressure system will move into our area from the south tonight. Snow should begin in southern parts of the area by 10 pm and reach the Northwoods by 1 or 2 a.m. The snow will be heaviest overnight and into the morning hours on Tuesday, then it will turn lighter in the afternoon. Total accumulations could reach the 7 to 11 inch range for most of the viewing area. Travel will be difficult Tuesday morning, then get better later in the afternoon. A WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for the entire area through Tuesday evening. Winds will be a little breezy but not too bad, out of the northeast at 10 to 15 mph in the morning then out of the northwest at 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. High should be in the low 20s.

Conditions will still be a bit breezy Wednesday morning then settle down a bit. Cloudy skies should give way to some breaks of sun by Wednesday afternoon. Conditions will be quiet again Thursday morning then toward evening there will be another chance of snow. As of now, it looks like this late week storm will focus most of its energy farther south of Wisconsin, so snow in our area should not be too heavy. Right now it looks like a couple of inches area possible Thursday evening into Friday morning. If the storm would happen to turn farther north, then we could be talking about more trouble and several inches once again. High temps on Thursday will be in the low 20s and on Friday linger around 20.

The weather will turn colder for the weekend but not bitter cold. Highs should be in the teens on Saturday and Sunday and low temps could dip a little below zero. Skies should turn partly cloudy.

Have a spectacular Monday! Meteorologist Justin Loew 4:30 a.m. 11-February, 2019



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