A surge of warmer air is helping to trigger some light snow across our region. The air at the surface remains very dry and will take time to saturate the low levels enough to produce any accumulation. Areas to the North of Milwaukee could end up with half an inch or so, but that should be about it. By afternoon, skies will begin to clear from the South as temperatures approach the 40 degree mark. Growing moisture will lock in the clouds with fog, drizzle and a few sprinkles for Tuesday as readings remain well above the seasonal average high of 29 degrees all week long.
Have a great Monday!