A swath of accumulating snow could touch far southern Wisconsin as it moves across the central U.S. in a cold week for the second half of April, according to forecasters.
Rain, snow, freezing rain, and possibly some sleet all could fall on south-central and southeastern Wisconsin overnight, according to forecasters.
Southern Wisconsin could see wet, slushy snow and rain mixed in on Wednesday, but only minor snow accumulation, according to forecasters.
Just days after highs in the 60s had southern Wisconsin’s snowpack melting away, a snowstorm Monday will bring a wintry feel to mid-March, according to forecasters.
After three days with the first 60-degree temperatures since November, southern Wisconsin will see cooler and mostly quiet weather into next week, according to forecasters.
Mixed precipitation could make for a slippery night for southern Wisconsin, but the weather looks great after that, with highs pushing 50, according to forecasters.
After yet another storm dumped more snow across southern Wisconsin overnight, temperatures will climb above freezing this week for the first time in more than a month, according to forecasters.
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More light, powdery snow will fall Friday night into Saturday, heaviest in southeastern Wisconsin and lightest north and west of the Madison area, according to forecasters.
Up to 2 inches will fall Thursday afternoon into the night and even more is possible Friday night into Saturday, while the bitter cold continues into next week for Wisconsin, according to forecasters.
A snowstorm Thursday ushered in bitterly cold weather for Wisconsin that will stick around for a week or more, and get worse before it gets better, according to forecasters.
After being an outlier last week, the district is calling off virtual instruction Thursday and canceling the limited number of in-person activities.
If you don’t like snow or cold, it might be time for a vacation somewhere warm, as Wisconsin is in store for more snow Thursday and then the coldest air of the season.