Winter weather advisory moved up

The National Weather Service moved up the start of a winter weather advisory for Western Kenosha County.

At 7:55 p.m., the advisory is in effect and set to stay like that until 6 a.m., Thursday.

Concerns prompting this advisory are similar to yesterday — mixed up freezing precipitation that could make roads slick, bring tree limbs down and play havoc with electrical transformers. Roads may be be slick through Thursday morning.

Thursday’s high temperature should reach 37 and be rainy all day, says the latest, local NWS forecast. About the time that rain will end, say 5 p.m., temperatures also will start to plunge. Thursday night’s low will be 3, Friday’s high just 10 and Friday’s night’s low -3.

High temperatures will claw their way back into the 20s after that.

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