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More Snow This Afternoon for far southeastern Wisconsin

Light snow moved across the area early this morning. Untreated roads may be slippery. Another round is expected this afternoon, impacting the evening commute.

Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected, with the highest amounts within a moderate snow band this afternoon. This should set up south of Madison and Milwaukee metro areas over far southeast Wisconsin.

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Here are the forecast snowfall totals for southern Wisconsin for today:

Here's a computer model simulation of what radar will look like this afternoon.  The east/west oriented band will bring a focused area of higher snow amounts.   We could see up to 3 inches under the band.  

Here are the probabilistic snowfall forecasts for today across the area.

Snow covered and slippery roads are expected. Allow extra travel time if you'll be on the road today. 



The graphics below depict the estimated ending times of afternoon snow:

  Second Round Ending Timing


A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 6 pm for far southeastern Wisconsin.


Much colder temperatures are expected tonight and Tuesday. In addition, it will be windy, creating wind chill values bottoming out at 0 to 5 below at 7 am Tuesday.

Here are the latest radar images across the area and region:


Regional Radar - West View Regional Radar - East View

NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI