Winter Storm Warning issued

WEATHER-ALERT-logo-all-3-webThe National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for an area that now includes Kenosha County.

The warning is for 2 p.m., Friday through 9 p.m., Saturday.

Earlier Thursday, far southern Wisconsin including Kenosha County was not included in the waning area, but as models changed it was added.

The warning calls for accumulations of 7 to 11 inches of snow Friday through Saturday. The current local forecast has lower amounts of snow, 1 to 6 inches. The heaviest snow is expected late Friday afternoon and night.

The wind chill advisory from earlier Thursday was allowed to expire. Can’t you feel the difference (brrrrr)!

Temperatures are indeed expected to moderate some while the snow is falling. The high Friday is forecast for 20 and the high for Saturday is forecast for 25.

But then it’s back to the deep freeze. Sunday’s high is expected to reach just -1 and the low Sunday could be -12.

After that, temps will begin to climb, reaching a forecast high near 30 for Wednesday.



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