Wis. (WSAW) - Not as cold tonight with lots of clouds. Lows falling back to around zero. Mainly cloudy on Sunday with light snow breaking out mid to late morning and falling into the early evening. Snowfall accumulation of 2-4" is expected across Central Wisconsin, while 1-2" north of Highway 8. Highs in the upper teens. Mostly cloudy to start the work week on Monday with a chance of snow showers toward evening. Highs in the low 20s. A significant winter storm is then expected to impact the region Monday night into Tuesday. At this point, the storm moves from the lee of the Rockies to the Iowa/Missouri Monday night, then just north of Chicago Tuesday morning, to lower Michigan Tuesday night. If this track shifts more to the south, less snow would fall in the region. Farther north, and heavier snow would be in the Northwoods versus Central Wisconsin. For now, the potential exists for 6 or more inches of snow in a majority of the region Tuesday into Tuesday evening. Along with that, brisk winds will cause blowing and drifting snow. In the wake of this storm, some sun and a bit milder on Wednesday with highs in the upper 20s. Thursday clouds thicken with a risk of snow late in the day. Snow or a wintry mix is possible Thursday night into Friday morning, then a change over back to snow on Friday. The snow is anticipated to end Friday night into early Saturday. After all of that, turning partly cloudy for the beginning of next weekend with highs in the mid 20s.
Needless to say, there will be some adjustments to the amounts of snow that may fall in the days ahead, so be sure to check back for the latest updates.