MILWAUKEE FORECAST
Updated: Saturday, January 19, 2019 07:21 PM
*** Winter Storm Warnings for Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, counties until midnight. ***

Saturday, January 19, 2019 07:45 PM

1/19 7:30pm - Lake effect snow showers are starting to wrap up this evening, but the potential for continued lake effect showers are still possible, as these bands form quite quickly and are affecting isolated areas along the southern lakeshore counties. With the remaining potential for these showers, we can expect to see about a dusting to no more than 2 inches of accumulation from this, with higher totals in Racine and Kenosha counties. Dry conditions return tomorrow morning with temperatures steadily dropping into the mid teens before hitting single digits for overnight lows. For the beginning of the work week, temperatures don't warm up a whole lot, but return more seasonal Tuesday, along with our next chance for snowfall.

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OVERNIGHTSUNDAYSUNDAY NIGHT
ConditionsCold with lingering lake effect snow showers lakeside, while inland locations remain dry. Lingering lake effect flurries early, otherwise dry and notably colder. Morning wind chills may approach -10 to -15F. Mostly cloudy and dry conditions, along with wind chills approaching 0 to -5F.
Temp6 lakeside, 2 inland159 lakeside, 0 inland
WindN 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mphN 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-25 mphN 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-25 mph
MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAY
ConditionsMostly cloudy and remaining colder. Snow and breezy, with a chance for wintry mix possible in southern portions of SEWI. Lingering flurries early, otherwise decreasing clouds and remaining on the cold side.
Temp203121

CURRENT CONDITIONS
MILWAUKEEWAUKESHARACINE
SkiesMostly CloudyMostly CloudyLight Snow
Temp11°F5°F12°F
Feels Like-5°F-11°F-3°F
Relative Humidity58%72%61%
Dewpoint-1°F-2°F1°F
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsNorthwest 13 mphNorthwest 11 mphNorthwest 13 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles8 Miles

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