Tough to write this in the middle of the Packers game. 14-0 right now so that makes it a little easier.
A busy weather pattern for much of the rest of the month. However, this week it looks like SE Wisconsin misses being in the bulls-eye again. Sorry, snow lovers. Round one stays mainly south brining light snow on Tuesday. Round 2 on Friday and Saturday, but low pressure stays north. What is pretty certain is a very chilly air mass arriving late on Saturday and Sunday.
I am going to focus on the first round arriving early Tuesday. Don’t expect a whole lot of snow, but enough to have to
shovel. We will be on the northern edge of a weak low pressure center that moves across southern Illinois and Indiana. Here are the GFS and NAM models for noon Tuesday.
The GFS shows the heavier snow staying well to our south. Same story from NAM.
Finally, take a look at the RPM snow total by Tuesday night.
Not very impressive totals around here. The snow will be light, but it will last for quite a while. Totals may be a little higher near the lake, especially south of Milwaukee, due to lake-enhancement. Here is my snow forecast for Tuesday.
It will be another nuisance snow for us. Sorry kids, no snow days yet. Thanks for reading. Go Pack Go. 14-3 at halftime.