UPDATE: 10:10 a.m. Sunday
Snow squall is impacting Waukesha. Use extra caution when traveling. Snow combined with gusty winds can be life threatening when traveling. pic.twitter.com/7SbPqnyVe1— Waukesha Alerts (@WaukeshaAlerts) December 5, 2021
MILWAUKEE – Rain, sleet and snow are expected across different parts of Wisconsin on Sunday, according to Storm Team 4 meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn.
“Most concerning will be if you live pretty much from the state line up towards lake country and then farther from the lakefront,” Wolozsyn said on Wisconsin’s Weekend Morning News.
“This is an area where we’re mainly going to see some rain showers, but we have the chance for some freezing rain, which means it will fall as rain but when it hits a surface at or below freezing, it will freeze and create a thin layer of ice.”
Woloszyn says wind will also be a major factor.
“We will have winds today [Sunday] out of the southeast at about ten to fifteen [miles per hour], with gusts up 35.
The wind is expected to pick up heading into Monday.
“By the time we get to tomorrow [Monday] morning, wind gusts are back up to about 40 miles per hour, and then tomorrow about 45 miles per hour our of the northwest.”
“It is going to be a storm that’ll pack a punch, for sure.”
You can listen to Marisa’s entire interview with Libby Collins on Wisconsin’s Weekend Morning News in the player above.