Monday, November 18, 2019
Your NBC15 Weather Authority Forecast from Meteorologist Brian Doogs:
Weather Impact Scale Tonight: Yellow, Low Impact
A very active week of weather expected across southern Wisconsin. Our first weathermaker will arrive Monday night into Tuesday morning. Low pressure and warm front will move through the region with light precipitation. While precipitation will be light, the timing is less than ideal and it will likely be a wintry mix. A rain/snow mix is most likely between 3-9 A.M. Tuesday. Any snow accumulation would be under and inch before warmer temperatures change everything to rain. There is a small window during the morning commute for a slick spot or two.
While we aren't expecting a lot of sunshine, the middle of the week should be dry as temperatures climb back into the 40s and near 50 by Thursday. This will bring another weathermaker and one that is much stronger.
Being in the warm sector, this will be all rain Thursday. There is the potential of some heavier downpours. We will keep an eye on this as conditions have been very wet over the last couple of weeks/months.
Calmer conditions return for the weekend with a mix of sun and clouds, despite temperatures remaining below normal. Highs expected into the upper 30s and lower 40s.