After a widespread 1-3" of snow on Sunday, today was mainly cloudy & quiet.
A weak, fast-moving system will bring some snow back to the state tonight. While accumulations are possible south
of Fond du Lac, most of us will just see a few snow showers or flurries.
Seasonable temps will continue tomorrow & Wednesday followed by a big warm-up to end the week.
TUE: A snow shower or flurry is possible. Mostly cloudy.
WED: Mostly cloudy. A snow shower or flurry is possible.
THU: breezy & warmer with a mix of sun and clouds.
FRI: Windy & warm. Highs will be running 15-20 degrees above normal.
WEEKEND: Seasonable temps in the 30s. Lots of clouds & some precipitation is possible.
The computer forecast models are suggesting a storm with the potential to produce accumulating snow across the Great Lakes is likely SUN/MON.
How much? Where? When? Are questions that will be answered as we get closer.