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Michael Fish's NBC26 weather forecast

Credit: NBC 26 Wisconsin
Published on December 9, 2019 - Duration: 02:16s

Michael Fish's NBC26 weather forecast

Today, a strong cold front will slowly be approaching the area.

Ahead of it, a wintry mix of some freezing drizzle, rain or snow showers will affect the area at times.

As the afternoon progresses, any of that mix will change to all snow showers.

1" or so of accumulation is possible by the evening commute.

Highs today will top out in the mid-30s, then slowly fall through the afternoon/ A few lingering snow showers carry over into the evening, but by midnight, any leftover snow will be out of our area.

Total accumulations out of this whole event will only be 1-2", but that's still enough for a few slippery spots on the roads.

Behind this storm system, a strong push or arctic air will drop temperatures into the teens on Tuesday.

On Wednesday morning, we will wake up with temperatures below zero with afternoon highs between 4-8 degrees.

If you are not ready for this yet, we quickly warm up into the mid-30s by the end of the week with a chance of a little snow on Thursday.

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Michael Fish's NBC26 weather forecast

Advisories have beenissued for countiesnorthwest of the FoxValley starting at midnightand continuing through 6pm Monday evening.Clouds will increasetonight and a lightdrizzle/mist may developovernight resulting insome slick spots on anyuntreated roadways.More steadier moisturewill move in during theearly morning hours.Temperatures will bewarm enough to supportrain south of a line fromWautoma throughSturgeon Bay.

A wintrymix will occur along thatline, and north of it,snowfall will be theprimary focus.Eventually cold air willshuffle in and changeany wintry mix to snowacross all of NortheastWisconsin.

That round ofsnow will move in by themid and late afternoonresulting in poor roadwayconditions.A few lingering snowshowers or flurries willcarry over into the lateevening but by Midnight,any left over snow will beout of our area.By the late morning, onlya dusting to an inch willaccumulate along andnorth of a line fromWautoma to SturgeonBay.

Another 1-2 incheswill fall in the lateafternoon into theevening.Behind this stormsystem, a strong push orarctic air will dr

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