For a brief moment in time Wednesday, it actually felt a bit like fall once again. That's now a distant memory, as temperatures have crashed nearly 20° over the past several hours. Sure to add to the more wintry feel of our Wednesday Night is the arrival of the next round of snowfall in the Stateline.
Light snow has been slowly advancing southeastward out of Wisconsin over the past several hours, and appears poised to enter much of the Stateline as the evening progresses. While accumulations are expected to be on the very light side, under a half an inch according to the most bullish of forecast models, even a little bit of snow is sure to create slick spots on some area roadways, primarily rural roads, residential streets, bridges, and overpasses. With gusty northerly winds expected as well, blowing snow may also be in play, especially on East/West thoroughfares.
Once the snow leaves, attention then turns back to the unseasonable chill, as temperatures are ticketed for the teens tonight, with wind chills likely to fall into the single digits.
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