Two chances for snow over the next 48 hours

The winter pattern remains active as we approach the weekend.  Today was snowy for parts of the area thanks to a system moving along the east coast.  A very narrow band of snow impacted portions of Racine and Kenosha counties. That band should be out of those areas by 6 pm.

Late tonight a weak disturbance will brush Wisconsin with some light snow.  Most of the snow will fall while we are asleep; moreover, it shouldn't impact the Friday morning commute.  Les than 0.5" is expected tonight.

A stronger system arrives late Friday night into Saturday morning.  This system has the potential to drop several inches of snow going into Saturday.  A swath of 1" to 3" of snow is likely.  Thankfully with surface temperatures in the upper 20s, a lot of this will accumulate on the grass.  There could be some slick roads going into Saturday morning.  The models clear out the snow for Saturday afternoon.

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