First Alert Weather: Daily snow chances, cold blast arrives over the weekend
Snowy weather will come in intervals throughout the week. Arctic air arrives over the weekend, shoving us into a cold spell.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Snowy weather won’t stop there, as scattered snow showers arrive Wednesday and Friday. Temperatures take a massive tumble over the weekend, which will put the region under a cold spell for several days.
Overcast skies Tuesday with flurries or light snow being sprinkled across the Badger State. Additional accumulations will be minor, around a half-inch. Less breezy and not as chilly with highs in the upper 20s. Skies stay cloudy overnight with lows in the teens.
A weather maker will impact states further south mid-week Wednesday. While this system won’t move through the Badger State, some scattered snow remnants could track through the region during the afternoon and evening.
Snow accumulations remaining minor, up to an inch. Highs in the mid to upper 20s. Possible snow flurries early Thursday. Staying cloudy, with possible afternoon clearing. Highs in the mid-20s.
Another cold front is on the way for Friday which could bring possible widespread snow showers. Highs in the low 20s.
The front pushes in bitter temperatures over the weekend. Weekend highs in the single digits with daytime wind chills about 10 below. Even chillier during the morning hours with wind chills about 25 below. This will be apart of an extended cold spell which will continue into the following work week.
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