Mobile Newswatch 12

WeatherWatch 12

Forecast Discussion


We're in for a bit of wintry mess over the next 24 hours! Look for sleet and snow showers for the Northwoods this evening and tonight with some rain mixing in at times towards central Wisconsin. Travel on roads tonight could become tricky as low temps drop off to around freezing which means roadways could become very slippery at times tonight. We should see a transition from sleet/snow showers over to all snow by tomorrow morning across the Northwoods with snow tapering off by the afternoon. Total snow accumulations will range from 1-4" with the highest amounts remaining to the west of Highway 51.

Snow showers may linger through tomorrow night and early Wednesday before our weather pattern takes a breather for the remainder of the week! Look for more sunshine by Thursday and beyond as a ridge of high pressure settles across the middle of the country. For snow lovers, the rest of the forecast is bad news as we'll see temps climbing into the upper 30s and lower 40s for Friday and beyond. That means a good portion of the snow that falls on Tuesday may be gone by the weekend!

Watch out on those roads!
Chief Meteorologist Matt Benz

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