One more day of Spring-like weather across Southeast Wisconsin will feature continued Southwest winds and high temperatures near 50 degrees before a significant change in air masses. A cold front will approach from the Northwest and usher in much chillier readings with highs Friday dropping about 30 degrees from their peak this week. It now appears that disturbance will combine with an upper level low to our South and produce a significant amount of snow beginning overnight tonight and continuing through Thursday night with 4 to 8 inches of accumulation possible. Equally as significant will be strong winds which will blow the snow and reduce visibilities. This could be the first significant snowfall of the Winter and everyone should keep posted for important forecast updates.
Have a great Wednesday!