729  
AWUS83 KMKX 181500  
RWSWI  
WIZ001>074-190300-  
 
WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI  
900 AM CST FRI JAN 18 2019  
   
PAST 24 HOURS
 
 
THE CENTRAL PART OF THE STATE HAS SEEN A BIT OF SNOW FALL WITH  
MOST OF THE REGION REMAINING BELOW AN INCH WITH THE EASTERN HALF  
SEEING THE HIGHEST SNOW TOTALS. AREAS TO THE SOUTH SAW MOSTLY  
FLURRIES WITH AMOUNTS MOSTLY AT A TRACE. HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN  
THE MID TEENS TO MID 30S WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE NEGATIVE  
SINGLE DIGITS TO MID 20S.  
   
FORECAST
 
 
SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE WILL BE IMPACTED BY A SNOW STORM THAT  
WILL BRING UPWARDS OF 6-8 INCHES, POSSIBLY MORE, TO THE THE FAR  
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND SOUTHEAST. SNOW WILL BEGIN IN THE AFTERNOON  
FOR THE SOUTHWEST AND EARLY EVENING FOR THE SOUTHEAST. HEAVIEST  
SNOW WILL BE IN THE LATE EVENING TONIGHT INTO THE EARLY OVERNIGHT  
HOURS. BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW WILL BE A SLIGHT CONCERN  
PARTICULARLY ALONG THE COAST. THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE CONTINUING  
SNOW POSSIBLY INTO SUNDAY DUE TO A LAKE EFFECT BAND THAT WILL  
CONTRIBUTE TO THE SNOWFALL TOTALS IN THE REGION. THE SOUTHEAST  
THUS HAS A HIGHER RISK FOR INCREASED SNOWFALL TOTALS. AS YOU MOVE  
NORTH SNOW TOTALS SHOULD DROP OFF RELATIVELY QUICKLY. NORTHERN  
WISCONSIN SHOULD REMAIN MOSTLY DRY WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SOME  
POTENTIAL LAKE EFFECT SNOW NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR. HIGH TEMPERATURES  
TODAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER SINGLE DIGITS TO UPPER 20S WITH  
OVERNIGHT LOWS IN THE NEGATIVE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOW 20S. COLDER  
AIR IS COMING HOWEVER WITH LOW TEMPERATURES SUNDAY MORNING  
EXPECTED TO BE IN THE NEGATIVE TEENS TO MID SINGLE DIGITS.  
 

 
 
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