Snow Winding Down Late This Afternoon Across The Area

The light to moderate snow bands are expected to end from southwest to northeast across southern Wisconsin through late this afternoon, as a cold front sweeps through. The back edge of the snow should reach the Fond du Lac to Milwaukee areas by 6 PM, and the Sheboygan area by 7:15 PM. Some light snow may still occur northwest of Madison late this afternoon. Flurries and drizzle, or freezing drizzle, should then linger through the evening hours before ending.

See the radar imagery loops below for the latest precipitation trends across the area:

Regional Radar - West View

Regional Radar - East View

Local Radar

Visibilities will be reduced to between 3/4 and 1 mile at times, along with snow accumulation rates of 1/4 to 1/2 inch per hour, on non-road surfaces. Wet roads are expected. 

Total snowfall accumulations will be 2 to 4 inches across the area.

See the images below for the forecast snowfall amounts across the area:

Snowfall - Southern Wisconsin

Snowfall - All Of Wisconsin

Click here for a text listing of snowfall amounts across the area. See and click below for a graphical depiction of these reports:

Slow down when driving on the wet roads.

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See our Winter Weather Summary Page and Hazardous Weather Outlook for more information.

NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI

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