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Quiet Monday, Rain and Snow for Tuesday Night

CREATED Feb 26, 2012
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will be quite breezy, but it will be quiet. Skies will slowly become partly cloudy as the night goes on. Overnight lows will bottom out in the mid-20's.

Monday, we'll see a little break in between storm systems. It will be breezy, again, with skies becoming partly cloudy at times. High temps will be seasonable with readings topping out in the mid-30's.

Monday night looks quiet until things start to change. The first signs of changes will be the clouds slowly on the increase. Lows will be in the low-20's.

Here we go again for Tuesday and especially Tuesday night with another powerful storm system heading our way. As of the latest data, it looks like we start with a chance of a little light snow in the afternoon Tuesday. That will not be the main event. Highs will top out in the mid- to upper-30's.

Things start to become more widespread on Tuesday night. Right now WHICH COULD CHANGE the further to the southeast you live, the better your chance of seeing mostly rain out of this. If you live further to the north, you could see some accumulating snow. Areas in between might mix in some sleet and freezing rain. Several inches are possible through the night the further north you live. This would be a heavy, wet snow. 

Wednesday, the further south you live, the better the chance of waking up with rain. North, you may wake up with a fresh blanket of heavy, wet snow where it would still be snowing.

Right now, the north and north-central part of Wisconsin looks to get the biggest hit from this storm. They could see up to at foot of snow out of this. Highs Wednesday, to the south, will top out in the low- to mid-40's.

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