Winter Storm Watch issued for all of SE Wisconsin Monday until 9p.m.


NWSMixed Bag of Freezing Rain and Sleet is Expected to Spread Across Southern Wisconsin on Monday. Some Snow May be Mixed With The Freezing Rain and Sleet, Mainly over South Central Wisconsin.

Sleet May Accumulate Up to One Inch on Monday, with Possible Accumulations of Icing from Freezing Rain Up to One Quarter Inch. Snow and Sleet Accumulations of 2 to 6 Inches will be Possible over South Central Into East Central Wisconsin by Late Monday Night.

In Addition, Strong East winds May Gust Up to 45 MPH Monday Afternoon and Evening. Strong winds and Icing May Cause
Falling Tree Limbs and Power Outages.

Hence a Winter storm watch is Being Posted for All of South Central and Southeast Wisconsin Monday Into Monday Evening.

The Low Pressure System Responsible for the Wintery Mix will Be over the Southern Plains Sunday Night, and will Track Northeast Into Western Illinois on Monday, and Across Wisconsin Monday Night.T he National Weather Service in Milwaukee/sullivan has Issued A Winter storm Watch, Which is in effect from Monday Morning Through 9 p.m. Monday Evening.

* Timing, from Mid – Morning Monday Into Monday Evening.

* Snow and Sleet Accumulations, Less Than an Inch in the Far Southeast to 3 to 6 Inches toward Darlington and Dodgeville.

* Freezing Rain Accumulations, Up to One Quarter Inch.

* Winds, East winds Gusting As High As 45 MPH Monday Afternoon and Evening.

* Impacts, Hazardous Travel Conditions As Well As Potential Power Outages from Falling Tree Limbs.
A Winter storm watch Means There is a Potential for Significant Snow…sleet…or Ice Accumulations That May Impact Travel. Continue to Monitor the Latest Forecasts.