Updated: Friday, January 17, 2020 07:59 PM
*** WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for ALL of Southeastern Wisconsin from until 6:00 PM Saturday ***

Friday, January 17, 2020 08:04 PM

1/17 8:00 PM - A widespread band of heavy snowfall will continue across WI this evening, bringing the majority of this system's snowfall through midnight, reaching 3-5'' for much of southern WI. Blustery SE winds remain overnight, allowing temps to keep slowly warming into the 30s for early Saturday. This leaves more of a sleet/snow/freezing rain mix with slowed snowfall after midnight and through 10am Saturday, although slippery spots will still be around as some ice accumulates. A cold front then brings gusty NW winds by midday, with one last shot of snow to bring 1-3'' before we dry out Saturday afternoon. While temps push the low-mid 30s briefly, the strong NW winds gust to 20-40mph, and plummet temperatures with a flash freeze expected by sunset. Very cold into Sunday as we dry up and see clearing skies, but temps to single digits and wind chills below zero. A dry but chilly pattern then takes us into the start of the work week.

Alex Bukvich- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsHeavy snow slows, turning to a sleet/snow/freezing rain mix. Blustery winds and slowly warming temps.Sleet/snow/freezing rain early. Gusty NW winds develop with one last shot of snow through midday. Strong NW winds bring quickly cooling temps.A flash freeze with gusty NW winds and plummeting temps, but drying air.
WindSE 10-15 mph, Gusts 20-30 mphS shifting W 10-20 mph, Gusts 25-40 mphNW 10-20 mph, Gusts 25-40 mph
ConditionsMuch cooler temperatures, but dry with a mix of sun and clouds.Partly cloudy but still below average.Mostly sunny with slowly rebounding temperatures.

SkiesLight Snow Fog/MistLight SnowLight Snow Fog/Mist
Feels Like19°F17°F20°F
Relative Humidity92%93%85%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsSoutheast 19 mphEast 13 mphSoutheast 19 mph
Visibility0 Miles2 Miles4 Miles

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