Weatherwise, we're pretty quiet until the New Year. Snowy Saturday on the way.
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--So all the slush added up to a few inches on Tuesday in certain spots. Although it wasn't even an inch at Milwaukee Mitchell, some of us received up to 3 inches north and west of the metro. Temperatures were mild overnight into Wednesday, especially along the lake. But cold air was rushing in from the west. It was subfreezing away from the lake practically all night long. Obviously slick spots prevailed.
Now we look ahead. Beside a few snow showers Wednesday evening mainly south of I-94 thanks to a weather disturbance, the forecast should be quiet through New Year's Eve. But we're watching a storm system heading our way for Saturday. It promises to give us accumulating snow, perhaps the most we've seen this season.