First of many snow chances today
Accumulations remain light
- Light, scattered snow through the day
- More snow Friday & Saturday
- Temps drop by the weekend
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A large storm system is moving just to our south this morning, bringing significant impacts to Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. This is the same system that is bringing us some snow today, but we’ll see minor impacts in comparison.
Scattered, light snow will linger through this afternoon. Scattered flurries will stick around through the evening, overnight hours, and likely into Thursday morning. Snow accumulations aren’t expected to be much, with most places picking up around an inch or two by the end of the day. Rock and Walworth counties could get in on a little bit of lake enhancement which might bring their totals closer to 3 inches. Locations to the north and west will likely see less than an inch.
Flurries wrap up on Thursday, and we’ll stay mainly cloudy through the rest of the day. Another snow chance arrives on Friday as a little Alberta clipper moves through. Light snow will be likely Friday morning, but again totals aren’t expected to be too significant. Most can expect just a dusting of snow on Friday.
More snow showers are possible on Saturday but the big story for the weekend will be the cooler temperatures. We’ll quickly drop from the 30s on Friday to the teens on Saturday. Temperatures look to remain in the teens through most of next week, with overnight lows dropping subzero. We’re back to winter reality next week!
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