Storm Team 4Cast for Jan. 15, 2013

Temperatures rise slightly before another colder snap

CREATED Jan 15, 2013

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  • The atmosphere around here remains very dry, so look for a good deal of sunshine to return again today with some thin clouds from time to time from a weak ripple slipping to our north.

  • A slightly more vigorous disturbance approaches from the west tomorrow leading to more clouds and enough moisture to squeeze out some passing snow showers and flurries, though nothing significant should accumulate.

  • High pressure then returns along with quiet conditions for the balance of the work week and the first half of the weekend before an Arctic blast sets its sites on our area for the beginning fo next week.

MILWAUKEE - The atmosphere around here remains very dry, so look for a good deal of sunshine to return again today with some thin clouds from time to time from a weak ripple slipping to our north. 

A slightly more vigorous disturbance approaches from the west tomorrow leading to more clouds and enough moisture to squeeze out some passing snow showers and flurries, though nothing significant should accumulate. 

High pressure then returns along with quiet conditions for the balance of the work week and the first half of the weekend before an Arctic blast sets its sites on our area for the beginning fo next week.

Tuesday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:

Today:
Mostly sunny and a bit warmer
High:  Near 30
Wind: SW 5-10 mph

Tonight: Mainly clear and seasonal
Low:  Near 18
Wind: SW 7-15 mph

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, windy, & warmer w/ sctr'd snow showers & flurries
High:  Near 34
Wind: SW-W 15-20 mph gusting to 30

Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy with early flurries
Low:  Near 16
Wind: NW 7-15 mph

Thursday: Mostly sunny and colder
High:  Near 24