Updated: Monday, February 18, 2019 01:31 AM
*** WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect until 6 AM Monday for all of SE Wisconsin except for Fond du Lac and Dodge counties.***

Monday, February 18, 2019 01:41 AM

2/18 2:00 AM Light to moderate lake effect snow bands continue this morning thanks to northeasterly winds, which has caused reduced visibilities along with some slick spots on roadways. This will continue through the morning hours before we turn dry as winds during more northerly, but we may see an additional 1-5 inches of snow through the morning hours. Otherwise high pressure builds in from the west for the afternoon returning some sunshine to the region with afternoon highs reaching into the low to mid 20s. Overnight we remain partly cloudy with lows falling into the single digits and for Tuesday we expect more of the same with afternoon highs warming into the mid 20s. Another chance for some accumulating snow returns on Wednesday as low pressure moves through the region, with the chance to see some wintry mix for Milwaukee and areas south during the day. Something to watch closely as our active weather pattern continues.

Austin Scheib- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsLake effect snow early, then turning partly sunny. Partly cloudy and cold.More clouds than sunshine, still seasonally cool, but dry.
Temp22 inland, 25 lakeside3 inland, 7 lakeside26
WindN 5-10mph NW 5mphS 5-10 mph
ConditionsAnother chance for snow throughout the day. 3-6 inches likely north of Milwaukee with lesser totals south. Lingering snow early, then becoming partly sunny. Mix of cloufds and sun, and remaining seasonal.

SkiesSnowOvercastLight Snow
Feels Like17°F10°F17°F
Relative Humidity85%86%78%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsNorth 6 mphNorth 10 mphNortheast 8 mph
Visibility0 Miles10 Miles8 Miles

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