Southeast Wisconsin weather: Snow arrives Friday morning, expect a slippery commute – TMJ4 News

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY issued for Friday from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the following counties: Jefferson, Kenosha, Racine, Walworth, and Waukesha.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY issued for Friday from 12 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday for Dodge County.
1-3″ of snow mixed could cause slippery driving conditions. Slow down and use caution while traveling.
We actually saw a few peaks of sunshine today, but the clouds thicken up again this evening. Snow is going to hold off through most of the night. Under mostly cloudy skies, temperatures hold steady in the 30s.
Snow arrives around sunrise tomorrow morning and we’ll likely have a slippery morning commute. The heaviest snow and worst road conditions will probably be late morning through midday. The snow should taper off by the evening commute. Rain will mix in at times, especially along the lake. Snow totals will range from around 1″ right along the lake to maybe over 4 inches well inland.
Mostly Cloudy          
Low: 33          
Wind: E 10-15 mph
Cloudy with Snow, Mixing With Rain. 1-2″ Lakeside, 2-4″ Inland         
High: 38        
Wind: E 10-15 mph
Mostly Cloudy. Ch. Rain/Snow Showers. 1/2″ Snow Possible           
High: 38
Partly Cloudy         
High: 41
Partly Cloudy         
High: 43
Cloudy and Windy with Rain Likely            
High: 46

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