Southeast Wisconsin missing big winter storm to the north

NOW: Southeast Wisconsin missing big winter storm to the north


Southeast Wisconsin is missing out on a big winter storm that will stay in Minnesota and northern Wisconsin. A winter weather advisory and winter storm warning have been issued for these areas where they could see snow most of the day and parts of northern Wisconsin could get 4-8" of snow if not more!

While southeast Wisconsin stays cloudy we also stay dry for the morning and early afternoon before seeing a rain chance from late afternoon through the evening. The best time for some rain showers will be from 3 PM to Midnight. 

A few snowflakes could mix in around Dodge and Fond du Lac County where they could see a dusting or a tenth of an inch of snow. The rest of southeast Wisconsin will be lucky to see a few snowflakes. 

A cold front will end our rain and snow chance Tuesday evening. The wind will ramp up as the front and low pressure move closer to Wisconsin with wind gusts on Tuesday to 30 mph out of the southeast. Expect even more wind Wednesday on the backside of the low pressure with gusts on Wednesday to 40 mph. Highs on Wednesday around 30 will feel more like the teens with the wind.

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the rain and snow and see how strong the wind will be where you live.

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