SkyWarn 13 Forecast

Updated: 7 hours ago

LIGHT SNOW ON SUNDAY WITH NEAR-RECORD COLD

A plume of low and mid level moisture extending from a low pressure system centered over Colorado, will traverse the Upper Midwest tonight and into Sunday morning. The cloudy sky we saw on Saturday is a direct result of upper level moisture extending out ahead of this disturbance. These cloudy skies will persist through the remainder of the weekend as well. Temperatures begin Sunday in the upper 20′s across most of Western Wisconsin and are only expected to rise about 5-7 degrees during the day. Light snow is expected beginning in the late morning. However, snow will be mainly scattered and light for the most part. This is because high pressure will be nearby to the north and will work to dry the low and mid levels of the atmosphere. As a result, northern counties may see no more than a coating, while Eau Claire will end up with around 0.5″. The Coulee Region will see the most as totals are expected to be closer to an inch. Snow showers will wrap up in the evening and quiet conditions will linger into the start of Monday with partial clearing overnight.

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Updated: 7 hours ago

LIGHT SNOW ON SUNDAY WITH NEAR-RECORD COLD

A plume of low and mid level moisture extending from a low pressure system centered over Colorado, will traverse the Upper Midwest tonight and into Sunday morning. The cloudy sky we saw on Saturday is a direct result of upper level moisture extending out ahead of this disturbance. These cloudy skies will persist through the remainder of the weekend as well. Temperatures begin Sunday in the upper 20′s across most of Western Wisconsin and are only expected to rise about 5-7 degrees during the day. Light snow is expected beginning in the late morning. However, snow will be mainly scattered and light for the most part. This is because high pressure will be nearby to the north and will work to dry the low and mid levels of the atmosphere. As a result, northern counties may see no more than a coating, while Eau Claire will end up with around 0.5″. The Coulee Region will see the most as totals are expected to be closer to an inch. Snow showers will wrap up in the evening and quiet conditions will linger into the start of Monday with partial clearing overnight.

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