Snow Expected Sunday in Southern Wisconsin
By Justin Poublon
February 15, 2019 - 12:30 PM CST | 386 0
Forecast models are in good agreement developing light snow over southern Wisconsin late Saturday night through Sunday. Saturday as a whole looks okay. Snow will begin around midnight Saturday in far southwest Wisconsin. Light snow will fall throughout the day Sunday gradually decreasing to flurries Sunday night. Dry air will impinge on central Wisconsin limiting or preventing accumulation altogether.
Snowfall accumulations will be minor with most places in the 1-3" range. Up to 4" may occur across far southern Wisconsin. The peak time for snow will be Sunday morning. Given the duration and snowfall rate I believe the overall impact will be low.
Dry air will eat away at the falling snow in central Wisconsin. I've trimmed the snowfall forecast towards the south in anticipation. Don't be surprised to see a few snowflakes from Stevens Point to the Fox Cities. The storm track could still change slightly. I will not be updating this story so please stay tuned to our facebook page for the latest information!
MON - TUES & BEYOND
Flurries are possible Monday and Tuesday with no accumulation anticipated. Another storm system could bring snow to Wisconsin Wednesday. Early indications suggest this could be a low to moderate impact event with accumulating snow.