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More Mild Weather on the Way

CREATED Jan 29, 2012
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of the night has a weak warm front approaching the area. That could bring a few flurries or a little light snow overnight, but most of the night should be fairly quiet. Folks who live to the northwest might wake up with a dusting of snow. Overnight lows will bottom outin the upper-teens for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures, and mid-teens for Waukesha temperatures and inland areas. Temperatures will actually go up as the clouds move in late tonight.

As that front tracks through on Monday, it will touch off some light snow and a little drizzle. The farther you live to the north, the better your chances of seeing anything accumulate out of this. Total snow out of this will be a dusting around I-94 to close to an inch further to the north. Folks along the Wisconsin-Illinois border may not see any accumulation. By the afternoon, most of this should be gone except for some patchy drizzle. Temperatures are going to rebound nicely with highs around 40.

Monday night will be quiet and mild with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Lows will be in the low-30's.

Tuesday, we could even see a few sprinkles or a little patchy drizzle. Highs will top out all the way up to the mid-40's. 

Wednesday will be quiet again with temperatures in the upper-30's.

Say goodbye to the snow on the ground because most of this upcoming week is going to be above freezing during the day.

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