Forecast from FOX6 Meteorologist Stephanie Barichello

Snow showers will be moving out of our area overnight. Accumulation totals up to 1.5″ are possible across southeast Wisconsin.

Some sleet and patchy freezing drizzle and freezing rain are mixing with the light snow from time to time, so watch for slick roads.

A few lake-effect flurries are possible Tuesday, but warmer air moves in for the middle of the week.

The next snowfall on Thursday, as well as the following weather system Saturday afternoon and Sunday, do not appear to be major snow producers.

Tonight:  Cloudy with light snow and flurries mixing with sleet and freezing rain before ending. Up to 1.5″ accumulation possible.
Low:      25°
Wind:     E 10 mph

Tuesday:  Mostly cloudy. A few flurries.
High:     32°
Wind:     NE 10 mph

Wednesday: Partly sunny. Rain, sleet, and light snow after 8 p.m.
AM Low:   22°                   High:  36°
Wind:     S 15 mph

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with light snow. Breezy.
AM Low:   31°                   High:  36°
Wind:     N 15 mph

Friday:   Partly sunny.
AM Low:   20°                   High:  28°
Wind:     N 10 mph

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with  light snow in the afternoon and evening.
AM Low:   15°                   High:  28°
Wind:     WNW 10 mph

Sunday:   Light snow most likely in the morning.
AM Low:   12°                   High:  23°
Wind:     NW 15 mph




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