Afternoon Update: Few lingering snow showers dissipate by late afternoon

Afternoon Update: Few lingering snow showers dissipate by late afternoon

Updated: Sunday, November 14th 1:55 pm:

Still a few lingering snow showers rotating through southeast Wisconsin early this afternoon. These will taper off by sunset as the low pressure system moves east.

Otherwise winds are gusting between 25-30 mph and could gust over 35 mph at times this afternoon. Wind gusts generally die down later this evening, but gusty conditions may linger a bit longer near the lakeshore. This will keep wind chills in the 20s for the rest of the day.

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Update as of Noon, Sunday November 14th

As the weather advisories expire across the northern tier of the viewing area, we still can't rule out a few more snow showers or rain/snow mix.  The winds will increase as well.  We could see gusts from the west at 30 to 40 mph.  This will continue into the early overnight actually.  Then we sit and wait for another warmup coming Tuesday and Wednesday.  Here's a hint.  It'll be in the 50s!

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Update as of 10 am Sunday, November 14th

Only two counties remain under the Winter Weather Advisory until noon.  They are Fond du Lac and Sheboygan Counties.  This is where the biggest focus of the snow has been all morning.  Across the metro it's a combo of rain/snow or just light rain.  A slight accumulation is possible into the afternoon before everything starts to taper off.  Then the gusty northwest winds will take over, mainly at speeds near 30 mph behind the area of low pressure.  It'll stay brisk into the overnight as temps fall, and slick spots prevail. 

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Update as of 8:00 am Sunday, November 14th

Some snow action still hanging on across the area, especially well north and west from the metro.  And this is the general spot we have that Winter Weather Advisory until noon.  Places like Fond du Lac, Dodge, and Sheboygan Counties.  We still face the risk of more snow showers setting up the next few hours, but the overall activity will decrease toward lunch time.  If you're heading to Green Bay today, make sure to drive carefully.  They've had a few inches, so there are a lot of slick spots.  There's a reduction in visibility too.  

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--I'd say this is definitely a little tease to get you ready for what's coming in just a few short weeks.  Old Man Winter.  As expected, an Alberta Clipper is giving us a few inches of snow across the area, especially north of I-94.  It's more of a mix by the lake and farther to the south.  Most of the action should begin to taper off as we venture into the afternoon.  The winds will stay brisk though from the west with gusts near 30 to 35 mph.  Keep in mind a Winter Weather Advisory is in place until noon for Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, and Dodge Counties.  

Tonight, with dying winds and clearing skies, look for lows to bottom out in the 20s.  There'll be plenty of slick spots too.  Quiet this week beside a few light snow showers on Monday as a warm front lifts north in addition to some rain showers on Wednesday with a passing cold front.  Highs will be in the 50s Tuesday and Wednesday and then back in the 40s for the end of the week for our annual Drive through Food Drive at Am Fam Field all day on Friday.  The weather's expected to be fairly nice as well.

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