Our next winter weather maker moves in from the northwest today, bringing light snow showers to northeast Wisconsin.
Most of the area will be dry through the morning hours but snow will begin to fall across our western counties by late afternoon. Highs today will be mild, reaching into the mid to upper 30s.
Snow showers will likely persist overnight with temperatures remaining mild. Tonight's low is 27.
The light snow showers continue into Monday with highs near 30.
The snow finally begins to subside on Monday night with lows dropping to around 13 degrees. The area will wind up with widespread 1-3" with some localized spots getting a bit more than that.
Some flurries are possible Tuesday morning with just clouds in the afternoon.
Clouds begin to break Wednesday with mostly sunny skies for Thursday.
Highs will be in the mid to upper teens as colder air moves in and takes hold for the remainder of the week.
Today's Record Temperatures