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A typical May pattern but still tough and predictability has been low. Crazy personal life.
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Pretty typical late spring weather is expected this week. There will be t-storm chances Thursday and Friday.
Weather forecasting is essentially educated guessing. With the technology we have these days, anyone can fine tune their ability to learn how to make their own weather forecast if they take the time to do it. But its not a requirement.
Take me back to when all this began
It's a merp fest. Not much deviation in our weather pattern going into the first full week of May (May 6-10). It's just kind of blah.
Where have we been? Since our epic run in January and February we've had a much different objective in March and April. WIWX 8.0 is here. More to come.
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An strengthening low pressure system will track from Colorado to through southern Wisconsin into Michigan this weekend. Heavy snow, ice, and rain expected. Here are my latest thoughts
2019 is off to an incredible start. Yet another major storm will take aim at Wisconsin with heavy snow, ice, and rain threats. It will be our 12th winter storm and 4th major event already this year.
A winter storm will arrive Wednesday morning and continue throughout the day. Snow accumulations of 4-7" in northern Wisconsin. 2-4" in the south and east. Locally higher amounts possible.
Forecast models are in good agreement for developing light snow late Saturday night through Sunday across southern Wisconsin. Minor snow accumulation expected.
Pattern is kind of active right now. When I think of an active pattern I expect a storm track directly through the Great Lakes. Maybe next week.
Starting tonight, a low pressure system will move into the Wisconsin Monday night and Tuesday with 8-12"+ of snow expected. Blowing and drifting during and after the storm. Get the all the details here!
A weak upper level disturbance will produce accumulating snow over Wisconsin on Sunday, mainly during the afternoon hours. 1-3" is a safe bet for most places. 3-6" is expected roughly from Eau Claire to Marinette.
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A major storm will develop Thursday bringing heavy snow, sleet, freezing rain. Gusty winds as the storm ends. Get the details here!
Latest models suggest higher snow totals of 4-8" from Eau Claire to Lakewood. Freezing drizzle likely following the snow/sleet in central WI.
On Tuesday night snow will accumulate in northern Wisconsin. A mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain could cause slippery road conditions in the south. Monitoring the freezing rain threat closely.
Freezing rain appears likely across the U.P of Michigan including portions of northeast Wisconsin Monday morning
Temperatures could reach 40°F this weekend. Icy road conditions may develop due to light freezing drizzle/cold ground surface. The main low arrives on Monday morning bringing heavier precipitation rates.
My experience with the brutal cold. Thoughts on the pattern ahead
Sporadic power outages across Wisconsin this morning. Links to the outage map in your area.
A foot of snow and wind gusts to cause blizzard conditions on Monday in Wisconsin. Major cold arrives by Tuesday night. Get ready, here comes winter!
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