A winter weather advisory has been extended for Southeastern Wisconsin.
It will run from now until 12 a.m. Tuesday morning for Waukesha, Dodge, Jefferson, Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington Counties.
Snow continues to fall across much of southern Wisconsin. A heavier band of snow is currently making its way east/northeast bringing reduced visibilities. Rain/Snow mix near the border but could become mostly snow as it pushes into southern Wisconsin. #swiwx #wiwx pic.twitter.com/ARkFK2iMLb— NWS Milwaukee (@NWSMKX) February 17, 2020
“The clouds were will us all day and the flurries and light snow moved in just in time for the evening commute,” said WTMJ Storm Team Meteorologist Brian Gotter.
“Overall we are expecting just wet main roads, but the side streets will be snow covered and slick. With temps at or slightly above freezing in Milwaukee and south, that snow will change to sleet and rain. That will keep snow totals to 1” or less for Milwaukee and south. Areas north of Milwaukee will see 1-3” of snow and Fond du Lac and Sheboygan could see as much as 4”.”