As expected we've already picked up a couple inches of snow during the overnight hours and the flakes will continue to fly through the first part of the morning commute. Look for plenty of blowing and drifting with strong winds early in the day. A dry slot swings into Southeast Wisconsin as the morning progresses providing a break from the steady snow, though some patchy freezing drizzle could continue causing slick spots. As the storm system departs we'll see the atmosphere re-saturate leading to additional periods of snow and snow showers with additional accumulations of an inch or two before tapering to flurries later this evening. An upper low will linger just off to our East on Saturday causing lingering cloudiness on Saturday. There may even be some snow showers or flurries, but nothing of consequence. High pressure builds in by Sunday pushing the grey away and replacing it with sunshine and seasonal readings in the low 30s.
Stay safe in the snowy weather and have a great weekend!