The daffodils are looking sad. I think this is matching the mood of much of our area. April is a tough month to take around here. We get teased with nice weather only to get that followed up by a week of cold, rain, and snow. A thank you to Vallenphotog on ulocal for the daffodil picture. I want to share a few more photos from this morning’s snow and get everyone prepared for the possibility of more. If we get more than a trace of snow tomorrow in Milwaukee we will set a new daily record for snowfall. That certainly is possible, but the best chance of snow will be in our northern counties. Here is the latest RPM forecast for snowfall. Note how close the accumulating snow is to our area.
Much of the state is under a winter storm watch. None of our counties are included.
I believe the metro area will stay mainly rain throughout the day on Tuesday, but eventually change over to light snow late Tuesday night. 1″-3″ of snow is likely in Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, and Dodge counties with less than one inch from Waukesha to Milwaukee south.
Forgive the super short post. I have been working on our new set tonight and look forward to showing you pictures very soon.