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Chances of Snow the Next Few Days

CREATED Dec. 23, 2012
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night has a chance of a few flurries or a snow shower late. Overnight lows will bottom out in the low 20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and upper-teens for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.


Monday, we could see a little light snow, freezing drizzle or flurry activity. If there is any snow accumulation out of this, it should be minor. Highs will top out in the low-30's under cloudy skies.

Christmas Eve, we will start a little trend for a few days with lake effect flurries and snow showers right along Lake Michigan. We could see light accumulations in a few isolated spots right at the lake. Most of the area, most of the time will be completely quiet. Overnight lows will bottom out in the low-20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and low-teens for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.


Christmas Day looks quiet for plenty of the area, unless you live right next to Lake Michigan. Again, with a NNE wind, we will see some lake effect snow showers or flurries with up to 1" of accumulation right along Lake Michigan. Highs that day will top out
 in the upper-20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and mid-20's for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.

Once again, Christmas night looks quiet for plenty of the area, unless you live right next to Lake Michigan. We will see some lake effect snow showers or flurries with up to 1" of accumulation right along Lake Michigan. Lows will drop
 into the mid-20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and upper-teens for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.

Wednesday, we will continue the trend of lake effect snow showers or flurries with up to 1" of accumulation right along Lake Michigan. Highs that day will top out in the upper-20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and mid-20's for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.
There won't be any big arctic blasts or snowstorms this upcoming week through Saturday, though more light snow is possible on Friday night into Saturday.

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