Mother Nature has started to calm things down across the Upper Midwest, we’ll for today. Areas of sunshine across Wisconsin will be possible early then will stay under the cloudy skies. Temperatures will climb to the mid-30s with lights winds. Travel on the roads will be a green light but flying may bring issues as another system is developing to the west.
Starting early tomorrow a few light snow showers will be possible with up to an inch of accumulation possible. But that will just be a weak disturbance before the low pressure arrives early Friday evening. The precipitation will be a wintry mix at onset and will make roads slick into the overnight.
Then temperatures will stay steady within the mid to upper 30s when the low pressure moves north and brings in warmer southerly air. This will cause the precipitation to transition over to rain. Rain showers will be scattered throughout your Saturday, so travel could still be slick but not as dangerous as northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. As the low pressure wraps out of the region temperatures will slowly drop and transition the rain showers back to snow with minimal accumulation.
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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett