30s and a few snow showers return to end the weekend

NOW: 30s and a few snow showers return to end the weekend

Updated as of 7:15 am Sunday, February 6th...

Still on track for a clipper system to give us a bit of snow late in the day through mid evening on Sunday followed by another blast of cold air for Monday.  Highs on Monday will be in the 20s with wind chill numbers below zero at times. We have a few more snow chances this week, especially on Wednesday and Friday, with two different systems.


It's been a chilly and blustery day across southeast Wisconsin with times of sun and clouds and temps generally either side of 20°.

Southerly wind will continue to gust between 20-30 mph throughout this evening, tapering off late tonight after a warm front passes through. This will allow temps to rise into the mid to upper 20s by early Sunday morning and mid to upper 30s Sunday afternoon despite the cloud cover. 

While the accumulating snow with the low pressure system stays to our north tonight, a few scattered snow showers are possible late Sunday afternoon and evening as the cold front track across the area.

A dusting to half inch or so of snow is possible with these snow showers that'll taper off by midnight.

Temps will briefly cool back into the 20s for highs behind the cold front on Monday, but we'll warm well above freezing Tuesday and Wednesday before another cold front moves through.

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