It was another slippery start after a few inches of snow fell overnight Monday. A passing cold front will drop temperatures throughout Tuesday afternoon before more snow hits Wednesday.
Early fog/mist will fizzle out through midday Tuesday while cloud cover follows the rest of this system east. We may get a few moments of sunshine prior to sunset Tuesday evening.
Winds will develop out of the west at 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 25 mph. This will push wind chills down into the low teens by Tuesday evening.
Our third round of snow for the week starts early Wednesday. Between 7 and 9 a.m. the strongest of snow will begin. It will last through midday before tapering off Wednesday afternoon.
An additional 1 to 3 inches will again be possible across the Chippewa Valley. Higher totals will be in northwestern and central Wisconsin while totals taper off southwest of the Twin Cities.
Roads will be slippery for the evening commute and visibility will be low throughout the day.
Arctic air filters in after the snow Wednesday and Thursday morning temperatures will be in the negatives. Wind chills will likely be down between -10 and -20.
We're keeping an eye on a winter storm that will start Friday and end Saturday morning. While it's too early to get specific with timing and snowfall amounts, there is a possibility of a larger snowfall event with this storm.
The Stormtracker 18 Weather team will continue to monitor this and provide updates Wednesday and Thursday.