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An Update on Conditions Outside Tonight

CREATED Jan 22, 2012
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Most of our temperatures have risen above freezing for Milwaukee, Waukesha and SE Wisconsin. Drizzle is still falling and the salt is working well. The only problem for a few folks is where there isn't salt. Pavement temperatures are still just a little below the freezing mark in spots, so there's still some ice there. Most main roads are just fine though. Any road that is salted is just fine as well. Some driveways and sidewalks that aren't treated are having a few problems.

Because of these few spots, the National Weather Service in Sullivan is running a Winter Weather Advisory for Waukesha, Jefferson and all counties north until midnight.
Expect temperatures to keep rising and some steadier rain to move in here later.
We will be near 40 degrees by the time you wake up, especially if you live near the Milwaukee area. Any rain will change over to a little light snow as Monday rolls along.
Check my previous blog post for a full rundown of this upcoming week.

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