Good news for people anxious for spring, this storm track is trending a bit more to the south and with dry air in place in southeastern Wisconsin, snow totals will not be as high. Most snow should move in from the south and west after 9am becoming more widespread by the early afternoon hours when intensity will be the highest, especially the further south and west you go. Jefferson, Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties will pick up the most snow with 4-7" possible by storm's end, which is why a Winter Storm Warning was issued. Milwaukee and Waukesha should see closer to 2-5" of snow but with strong ENE winds at 10-20mph, blowing snow may be a problem so a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for those counties and Dodge county as well. Snow tapers off late tonight but a few light lake snow showers are still possible heading into Wednesday.
Highs stay in the 30s through the week and we'll see a return of the sunshine for Thursday and Friday. A few spots will see low 40s this weekend with the chance for a few rain showers sprinkled from Saturday and into Sunday, some snow could mix in overnight.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE
AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY JESSE RITKA
Winter Storm Warning for Jefferson, Walworth, Racine & Kenosha county from 9am-Midnight.
Winter Weather Advisory for Dodge, Waukesha & Milwaukee county from 9am-Midnight.
TODAY: Cloudy and breezy with snow and blowing snow.
New snow accumulation: 1-3"
Heavier amounts to the south and southwest of Milwaukee.
Wind: ENE at 10-20 mph, Gusting to 25mph.
TONIGHT: Snow and blowing snow, eventually tapering off.
New snow accumulation: 1-2"
Lows: 25 Lakefront... 22 Waukesha & Inland.
Wind: N at 10-20 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a few light snow showers possible, mainly along Lake Michigan.
Wind: N at 10-15 mph.
WED NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries.
Lows: 21 Lakefront... 17 Waukesha & Inland.
Wind: N at 5-10 mph.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy, still cool for March.
Wind: N-E at 3-8 mph.