Snow Moving In This Morning!

A push of warmer air into the region along with a brief increase in low level moisture has resulted in snow spreading across southern Wisconsin this morning.  The snow will cause visibilities to drop to between 1/2 and 1 1/2 miles at times.  Look for the snow to taper off from west to east beginning by mid morning west of Madison.  The snow should move out of southeast Wisconsin by early afternoon. 

Roads will be slippery in spots with total accumulations of around 1 inch expected...with locally higher amounts always possible. Remember your winter driving rules and skills!  Slow down if needed.

Watch the snow approaching southern Wisconsin on these regional radar views:

Upper Mississippi Valley Radar

weather story

Expected snowfall totals include:

Janesville, Monroe, Darlington - 1-1.5"
Madison, Mineral Point, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Kenosha - 0.5-1"
Portage, West Bend - ~0.5"
Westfield, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan - Trace to 0.5"

Check out our Winter Weather Page for more information.


Kavinsky/Davis
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan



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