Band of moderate snow moving through SE Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A band of moderate snow moved through southeast Wisconsin Tuesday morning, December 17th. The fresh blanket of snow will create slick roadways for the Tuesday morning commute!

When the roads get slick and the traffic gets bunched up, you can avoid some of the mess by doing a little homework. Visit the Traffic Tracker by CLICKING HERE.

Today: Light snow and flurries before 9 a.m. Mostly cloudy an warmer than recent days but still cooler than average with a chance for a few scattered afternoon snow showers. High: 30°. Wind: W 10-20 mph with stronger gusts at times.

Tonight: Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Low: 12°

Wednesday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy.  Afternoon high: 32°.

Thursday: Becoming mostly cloudy. Later in the afternoon expect a mix of sleet, light rain, and light snow to develop. Overnight low: 24° then rising towards dawn. Afternoon high: 38°.

Thursday Night: Mix of precipitation changing to all snow. Temperatures dropping to around 30° by Friday morning.

Friday: Windy and cold with snow showers in the morning. Morning temperature around 32° then falling through the 20s during the day. Wind: NW 15-25 mph

Saturday: Partly sunny. Morning low: 13°. Afternoon high: 28°

Sunday: Cloudy and windy with snow. Overnight low: 17° around Midnight, then steady or rising. Afternoon high: 26°

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