MILWAUKEE (WITI) — We could see some snowflakes in southeastern Wisconsin overnight Sunday — but FOX6 Chief Meteorologist Vince Condella says we will not see any accumulation.
We saw a sunny day, with temperatures in the upper 40s on Sunday — but changes were expected as the work week kicks off.
Rain and some snowflakes are likely overnight Sunday, according to Condella.
The precipitation should end Monday morning around 9:00 — but Condella says we see falling temperatures and windy conditions on Monday.
Condella says we could see temperatures around 38 at 7:00 a.m. Monday, falling to 30 by 6:00 p.m.
Despite the cold weather as we kick off the work week, Condella says temperatures should rebound by the end of the work week.
Forecast prepared by FOX6 Chief Meteorologist Vince Condella
Sunday Evening and Sunday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy. Light rain mixed with a little light snow after Midnight. Low: 38°. Wind: SW 7-15 mph
Monday: Cloudy, windy, blustery and colder. Light rain/light snow mixed before 9 a.m. Falling temperatures during the day from 38° at 7 a.m. to 30° by 6 p.m. Wind: NW-N 15-25 mph
Monday Night: Clearing and cold. Low: 22°. Wind: NW-N 10-18 mph
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 33°. Wind: NW 6-12 mph
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