Southeast Wisconsin winter storm watch begins Thursday morning

A sort of winter storm watch Notices were issued for all areas of Southeast Wisconsin from 6:00 a.m. Thursday, December 22 through 6:00 a.m. Saturday, December 24. Snow storms are possible in the area.

Monitor the FOX6 Weather Experts forecast for frequent updates.

Forecast Details

time frame: Light snow Wednesday night through Thursday morning. The snow really started to fall Thursday into the afternoon. A few inches of snow are possible on Thursday, but strong winds won’t arrive until after 6 p.m. Thursday. Blizzards are expected Thursday night through Friday night. Saturday’s “ground blizzard.”

Amount: The area received more than 6 inches of snow, with localized areas likely to receive more than 12 inches.

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Refrigerant: The snow will likely be wetter starting Thursday, but will quickly become fluffy Thursday night through Friday.

influences: Travel is almost impossible late Thurs. night through Friday. Strong winds continued Saturday with snow on the ground. Bitter cold air hits on Friday, with wind chills as low as -25 degrees Friday night and Saturday morning.

A blizzard is defined as heavy snow with wind gusts of 35 mph or greater and visibility reduced to 0.25 mph. three hours or more. The last blizzard warning for SE WI (Walworth, Racine & Kenosha Co.) was in 2018. The last blizzard warning for Milwaukee County was in 2011.

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The wind will really pick up Thursday night into Friday, creating these blizzard conditions. Significant delays to air and car travel are expected Thursday night and Friday. If you plan to travel by air, keep up to date with your airline. Thursday night and Friday could see interstate closures in parts of the upper Midwest.

Thursday at 2pm. The wind is less, but the snow is getting heavier.

Thursday night at 10pm. It was very windy and it was snowing heavily.

Friday noon.snowstorm conditions

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When the weather gets a little erratic, schools and businesses may close. Follow the latest list of closures, cancellations and delays reported by Southeast Wisconsin.

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