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Thank you for spending part of your weekend with us on the Weather Watch 12 blog. The sunshine the past two days was really a great sight. Milwaukee winters are often very grey and dark, but the sun breaking out for a consecutive days has been nice. The weekend will close with more cloud cover and this will begin to signal the next change in our weather.
By Sunday Night and into Monday an upper level low pressure area will spin through the Great Lakes. This will provide snow showers and flurries for Southeast Wisconsin. Below is the surface map from the 18Z GFS for Monday around Noon. The light green shade near Southeast Wisconsin represents flurries and snow showers.
Right now it appears that any snow accumulation would stay under 1″, and likely just a trace or dusting. As this storm passes by, it will keep our temperatures at or a little below average.
The main weather player this week will be early, as a storm hits the mid-Atlantic, again! Locations like Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia will see several inches of snow. This will continue to add to the seasonal snow records that have already been set. To view some of those records please read the blog entry below this one.
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