Winter Weather Advisory: "Up to 5" of snow through Saturday morning

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Walworth has been added to the winter weather advisory. Models continue to converge toward a more potent system Sunday through Sunday night.

TODAY: Cloudy with scattered showers becoming more numerous by late afternoon. Some freezing drizzle is also possible. There is the potential for snowfall to pick up quickly, and despite some initial melting, it could accumulate - even on roads. After our stormy weather pattern ends, it's really cold for much of next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the single digits. Some areas have already reported accumulation around an inch.

The main idea behind my snowfall forecast map for this storm is similar to what I threw out there Friday morning. Roads will become slick tonight into Wednesday morning. Clouds should start to filter in by late afternoon from the west. Light lake enhanced snow has been falling along the lakefront since this morning. The heavier totals are expected north and east of Madison with the lighter totals across the south and west.

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Snow is expected to taper off before the afternoon. Heavy snow is becoming more likely, especially over the higher mountains where over 2 feet may fall. The National Weather Service is calling for 5 to 10 inches there, with locally larger totals possible.

Wind chills of -20 to -10 are likely by Monday morning.

It would not surprise me if we see a few spits of sleet or a few flakes tomorrow morning as this disturbance passes south of us. "Considering the weather the last couple of days, this will be closer to the normal winter day that we experience in Northern Michigan". Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will not reach 30 degrees, almost 15 degrees below average for this time of year.

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