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Freezing Drizzle, to Rain, then a Little Snow

CREATED Jan 22, 2012
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of the night will have fog, drizzle and then rain. A few areas to the west and northwest might start off around the freezing mark. With the drizzle falling, this is freezing on untreated roadways. Treated roads are not having any problems where the temperatures are below freezing. There are many locations now that are above freezing, so ice is not a problem in much of the area. This is NOT a major icing event. There was a bigger pile-up near Green Bay because of the ice. Temperatures will actually be rising all night until we get close to 40 by daybreak.

Monday, on the back side of this low pressure, any lingering light rain or drizzle will change over to a little light snow. Accumulation will range between only a trace to up to 1". Most of that accumulation will be well off to the northwest. Highs will top out around 40 before slowly falling as the day wears on. It will be a little windy as well. It's going to be windy, so be aware of that as well.

Monday night will be blustery, but relatively quiet. Overnight lows will bottom out around 20 for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and mid-teens for our Waukesha temperatures and inland areas.

Tuesday will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny and seasonable. Highs will top out in the upper-20's.

Here we go with the milder air from Wednesday through Saturday with temperatures in the 30's.

We cool it back down into the 20's for next Sunday.

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