Expect a very changeable weather day on Saturday & then another warmup coming
Update as of 10:45 am Saturday:
The last batch of snow is pushing through the metro right now. Wind, visibility, and slick spots are all concerns. The gusty winds will last through much of the day. 30 to 40 mph wind gusts from the northwest are possible. At least we get the sun back for the afternoon. Please watch the bridges and overpasses. They remain slick.
Update as of 8 am Saturday:
Light snow poised to move into the metro this hour. To the north of I-94, you could see a few slushy inches. In fact a Winter Weather Advisory remains in place until noon for Fond du Lac County. There's a reduction in visibility too with the snow and wind. Obviously please slow it down. Look for major improvements this afternoon.
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--I think there might be a few seasons in this forecast at least on Saturday. We start out in the 40s with rain and fog and then see temps begin to fall during the day. There could be a brief changeover to snow or at least a bit of wintry mix, especially along and north of I-94. We actually have a Winter Weather Advisory until noon for Fond du Lac County. There could be 1-3" of slushy accumulation in this general area.
The winds will be strong today, from the west, with gusts around 40 mph. It'll stay breezy through the night as well. And then brisk southwesterly winds will heat us back up into the 40s on Sunday. Some might even approach 50. How about near 60 by Wednesday or perhaps the low 60s for some? Records will be shattered during the middle of the week as well. Wednesday into Thursday looks to be the best time for scattered rain showers as well. Rain, not snow, since the temps will be so mild.
But back to winter by the end of the week with readings then in the 30s.