Wisconsin misses major snow storm, but dry stretch is coming to an end

Wisconsin came very close to a dumping of snow. A narrow band of heavy snow stretched from the Dakotas all the way into Kentucky and Virginia on Saturday. Some parts of Iowa and Illinois picked up over a foot of snow.

Most of that snow will melt quickly with temperatures surging into the upper 40s and 50s the next few days. 

Although Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin missed out on this snow, another round of precipitation is moving our way. Thankfully, we stay on the warm side of this approaching storm with mainly scattered rain showers expected Monday evening and most of Tuesday. With temperatures closing in on 60° a few thunderstorms are not out of the question either. 

As of Saturday, it has been 18 straight days without any measureable precipitation in Milwaukee. That is the longest streak since 

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