Weather Authority: Snow followed by bitter cold next week

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Clouds and any stray flurries will yield to some clearing for tonight. Chilly with lows in the mid teens to around 20.

A fair amount of sunshine Friday and a bit cooler. Afternoon temps topping out in the mid to upper 20s. The weekend starts off dry on Saturday with a mix of clouds and some sunshine. Highs in the low to mid 30s. Mostly cloudy Sunday with a chance of snow showers. Highs in the mid 30s.

The next weather maker will be a one-two punch in North Central Wisconsin. First up will be snow on Monday, which may be mixed with sleet/freezing rain/rain in the southern parts of the area initially, changing to all snow by mid to late morning. Periods of snow are expected for much of Monday into Monday evening, tapering off Monday night. It is still too early to say how much snow could accumulate, but it appears most locations will at least need to break out the snow shovel by the time all is said and done. In the wake of this winter storm, arctic air will follow southbound into the Upper Midwest. Temperatures will struggle to make into the teens for highs on Tuesday, while may just barely get above zero on Wednesday. Overnight lows will be below zero, and with a brisk wind expected at times, wind chill values could dip to -35°. Meantime, lake effect snow is a good bet in the far north on Tuesday and may even linger into Wednesday in the snowbelts. There is another chance of snow showers on Thursday.


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