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Rain, Drizzle, Fog then a Chance of Snow Showers

CREATED Mar 10, 2013
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The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night, has more rain, drizzle and fog around the area. Now here's the kicker. The further you live to the northwest, the better your chance of this changing over to snow. The computer models have the bulk of this barely missing us, but it's going to be a close call. Folks to the northwest could see an inch or less of snow by morning. Overnight lows will be mild with readings in the lower-30's.

Monday, areas to the northwest probably will start off with some accumulating snow. An additional 1" or less is possible there, while the rest of us should see less than that with a few flurries or snow or rain showers with little to no accumulation. Highs Monday will top out in the upper-30's.

Monday night, any snow to the northwest tapers off with another 1" or less bringing totals there of 1-3", though the rest of us will end up with little to no accumulation. Lows will be in the mid-20's.

Tuesday, we could see a rain or snow shower, but it shouldn't be a big deal under mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be cooler than average with readings in the mid-30's.

Wednesday looks quiet with seasonably cool conditions. No big storms are in the offering for the rest of the week around here.

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