Storm Team Forecast

Warm up on the way

CREATED Dec. 10, 2012

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  • We may get a little more snow today, but it appears we will continue the record of the longest time between measurable snow in Milwaukee. Scott says it's going to be cold today. Video by wtmj.com

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WEATHER SUMMARY:  It was a close call with snow accumulating in our Northern viewing area, but none in Milwaukee, we have officially shattered the long time record for consecutive days without snow.  As of today, it's been 280 days since there has been any measurable snow at Mitchell International Airport.  Now, it appears that we'll pad the record with at least a week of additional snow-free forecasts.  On the back side of that departing weekend storm, we'll see some scattered snow showers or flurries and even some early morning freezing drizzle mixing in.  High pressure begins to take over tomorrow ushering in a dry completion of the work week with growing sunshine.  Temperatures will also moderate through the week, reaching the low 40s by Wednesday.

STORM TEAM 4CAST        4:00am        12/10/12

HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE
AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY SCOTT STEELE


TODAY:    Mostly cloudy and breezy
        Some early freezing drizzle, a few snow showers, & flurries
   
        High:  Near 34
        Wind: NW 10-15 mph


TONIGHT:    Partly to mostly cloudy and colder

        Low:  Near 21
        Wind: NW-SW 5-10 mph


TUESDAY:    Partly cloudy and seasonal
   
        High:  Near 34
        Wind: SW 7-12 mph


TUE NIGHT:    Partly to mostly cloudy and seasonally cold

        Low:  Near 22
        Wind: SW 5-10 mph


WEDNESDAY:    Mostly sunny and warmer
   
        High:  Near 40