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Central WI Weather


Sorry for the lack of updates regarding this system: I have been busy and this system has been shifting with every update.

Nonetheless, the latest forecast has the heaviest snowfall setting up across east-central Wisconsin with lesser amounts to the northwest and southeast. A light glaze of ice is also possible across the entire area, but particularly central and southern Wisconsin.

[02/16/20]   Have a beautiful rest of your weekend!

Central WI Weather


A winter storm is expected to bring widespread heavy snowfall to central Wisconsin Sunday morning into Sunday afternoon. Travel conditions are expected to become dangerous as soon as the snow begins to fall. Snowfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour will be possible... leading to reduced visibility below 1/2 mile. If you have travel plans on Sunday: Now is the time to cancel or delay them.

TIMING: Expect the snow to begin between 4am Sunday (west) and 9am Sunday (far east). The snow will continue into the afternoon hours before tapering off between 2pm Sunday (west) and 6pm Sunday (east).

IMPACTS: Travel will be difficult and dangerous while the snow is falling. Avoid necessary travel Sunday morning into Sunday afternoon. Travel may still be hazardous Sunday evening as crews work to clean up the snow.

ALERTS: Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories have been issued for this event across much of Wisconsin. More details on these alerts can always be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: A rare burst of gulf moisture (for this time of year) will result in very heavy snowfall across South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin as a low pressure system move through the region. Snowfall totals could near (exceed?) a foot in some locations. Travel conditions are expected to be dangerous for travel to and home from church (and other events) on Sunday. I would not be surprised to see services across central Wisconsin cancelled due to this storm.

No major changes to the snowfall forecast with this update aside from some minor line adjustments. However, totals were nudged up a little to the southeast of La Crosse given latest model trends. Nonetheless, a corridor of snowfall amounts exceeding 8 inches is likely, and I would not be shocked to see a few isolated totals of 12-14 inches in this area as well. All of the models are in good agreement in amounts and storm track, but changes in the forecast are always still possible. Thus, be sure to monitor later updates.

Next update is scheduled for sometime around 9pm tonight.

Central WI Weather


Sunday morning travel is expected to be considerably impacted by heavy snowfall rates leading to reduced visibility and hazardous travel conditions. If you have travel plans across central Wisconsin Sunday morning into Sunday afternoon, now is the time to consider cancelling or delaying those plans.

TIMING: The snow will move in Sunday morning (between 5am and 8am) and will be heavy at times. It will remain across the state into the early afternoon before tapering off from west to east between 2pm and 8pm Sunday evening.

IMPACTS: Travel will be hazardous at times across Wisconsin on Sunday. Blowing snow and heavy snowfall rates may lead to reduced visibility at times. Use extreme caution if traveling.

ALERTS: Winter storm watches have been issued by the NWS, more details can be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: The models are narrowing in on a zone of heavy snow place somewhere across either central or southern Wisconsin (sorry northern WI). However, the placement is different depending on the model that you choose to look at. The EURO seems to be the best 'average' of these models, but then we have the extremes: The NAM pushes heavy snowfall totals nearing 10 inches across central portions of the state, and the GFS places heavy snowfall of 5-9 inches across southern Wisconsin. Thus, have trended a little more towards the NAM output, but have sided with the EURO overall. If the NAM begins to slide south, a conversation definitely has to be had about moving the higher amounts southward too.

Overall, current thinking for timing between the models looks good, but would not be surprised if totals to the north need to be lowered some more (with areas towards Duluth maybe not seeing any snow). Will also need to keep a close eye on the potential of mixed precipitation to the far south and southeast, but overall not a large concern (maybe light icing).

The next forecast update can be expected by 8am Saturday morning.

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Central WI Weather


Widespread snowfall amounts of 2-5 inches are still expected tonight through Saturday in multiple rounds. Amounts may be difficult to measure as each round could be followed by melting due to temperatures above freezing or rain. Nonetheless, expect on and off snow / freezing rain / rain through Saturday. Hazardous travel conditions may accompany this precipitation at times.

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Central WI Weather

EDIT: This forecast is outdated. Here is the final call snowfall forecast for this winter storm --->


A winter storm will impact Wisconsin this (Friday) afternoon through Saturday morning. Hazardous travel conditions are expected to develop this afternoon and last well into Saturday night due to blowing and drifting of snow. If you have travel plans across the area tonight or Saturday--now is the time to consider canceling or delaying them.

TIMING: A snowfall onset time graphic is in the upper right of the attached graphic. The heaviest snow will fall between 6pm this evening and 8am Saturday morning. The snow will taper off from west to east late Saturday morning into early Saturday afternoon. Blowing and drifting of snow will remain a concern through late Saturday night.

IMPACTS: Hazardous to very dangerous travel conditions are expected to develop this evening due to heavy snowfall and blowing snow. My advice: Avoid unnecessary travel 6pm Friday through at least 12pm Saturday. Roadways could still be treacherous well towards midnight Saturday night, so stay tuned for further updates!

ALERTS: The NWS has several different alert types in effect. More details on alerts can always be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: A few changes were made t the snowfall forecast with this update...

1: The 3-6 area was extended through southern Wisconsin. Confidence is pretty high that amounts will hit or exceed 3 inches of snow here. Amounts may even exceed 6 inches in a few spots, so have included a "locally higher amounts" tag for the entire forecast.

2: Have went ahead and done some trimming to the 6-10 area in west-central Wisconsin (and removed the 6-12 all together). Confidence is a little lower in this area this morning due to the latest high resolution guidance. I will keep monitoring the area, but thinking is that the "locally higher amounts" tag will handle any amounts here that slightly exceed 8 inches.

3: The 4-8 area has been extended into the the Sheboygan and Milwaukee areas for the concern of lake enhancement.

Still a little worries about the dry slot, thus the lowered amounts towards west-central Wisconsin. Icing will also be a factor in the 4-8 and especially the 3-6 areas across the southern half of Wisconsin. Stay tuned for updates!

[01/16/20]   Morning! I apologize for the inconvenience, I will be closed today and tomorrow. I will be open on Monday 1/20.

Central WI Weather

EDIT: This forecast is outdated. Here is the final call snowfall forecast for this winter storm --->


A winter storm is expected to impact the Upper Midwest, including Wisconsin, Friday and Saturday. Heavy snowfall and gusty winds will result in hazardous travel conditions across the state Friday afternoon through Saturday night. *Confidence levels regarding snowfall amounts for this winter storm are notably higher than the confidence levels were for the last winter storm.

TIMING: Expect the precipitation to begin moving in to Wisconsin shortly before noon on Friday, and overspreading the entire state before 6pm Friday evening. Expect mainly snow for central and northern Wisconsin, but some mixing of rain, snow, and freezing rain will be possible south. The snow will remain across the state through Friday night and Saturday morning. The precipitation will move out sometime between 9am Saturday and 3pm Saturday from west to east. Blowing and drifting of snow will make for very hazardous travel into the nighttime hours of Saturday.

IMPACTS: Hazardous to dangerous travel conditions are expected Friday afternoon through Saturday night due to heavy snowfall and considerable blowing and drifting of snow.

ALERTS: Winter storm watches have been issued for the western half of Wisconsin. Expect the watch to be expanded eastward by tomorrow morning. More details can be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: Lots of consistency with the latest model runs have allowed a considerably confident first call forecast to be posted. There is some lack of confidence across north-central and southeastern Wisconsin in totals due to dry air intruding in both places and the potential for drawn out mixed precipitation southeast. Confidence is pretty high in a band of 6+ inches of snow setting up across central Wisconsin and an area of 8+ setting near the Chippewa Valley. Have put both of these areas in their respective forecast amounts given the higher confidence.

Some adjustments to totals will of course be needed over the next 24-36 hours, but this appears to be a good first call given the consistencies with the model outputs at this point.

Central WI Weather


A winter storm will impact Wisconsin tonight through Sunday morning. This winter storm will come in two rounds (more details in "TIMING" below). Heavy snow, blowing snow, and considerable icing are all threats with this winter storm.

The confidence in the snowfall forecast for this winter storm has dropped over the last 12 hours as the models have diverged in snowfall totals quite a bit. Thus, the snowfall totals have been lowered all around with this updated given the widespread uncertainty regarding the forecast (more information in the "FORECAST DISCUSSION" section below).

TIMING: The first batch of snow (wintry mix southeast) will enter Wisconsin THIS EVENING (Friday). It will enter southwestern Wisconsin around 6pm, and overspread east-central Wisconsin by 10pm. This first round of precipitation will move out by 6am Saturday. This is when most of the ice will fall across southeast Wisconsin. Snowfall amounts of 1-5 inches will be possible across southern and east-central Wisconsin. The second round of snow will arrive around 2pm - 5pm Saturday, and remain across the area into Sunday morning. There is still considerable uncertainty regarding amounts and placement of this round.

IMPACTS: Snow and blowing snow will lead to treacherous travel conditions tonight, Saturday, Saturday night, and Sunday morning. If you have travel plans during this time frame, now is the time to consider cancelling or delaying them.

ALERTS: Counties south of Madison and Milwaukee are now under a winter storm warning. The winter storm watch remains in effect north of those areas. More details on weather alerts can be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: Well, this forecast become much more complicated overnight as the models have completely diverged from one another. The NAM wants to bring significant snowfall to all of southern and east-central Wisconsin. The GFS and EURO have cut back on totals considerably. The canadian model is quite the mess. And the new HRRR guidance seems to be some mesh between the NAM and the GFS/EURO. My snowfall forecast reflects the mesh that we are looking at on the HRRR. But my confidence is rather low.

We could still see widespread totals of 8-12 (as forecast yesterday). However, the positioning of the low is causing lots of headaches forecasting wise. I can only hope the models come into better agreement by this evening.

Central WI Weather


A major winter storm will impact Wisconsin, and much of the great lakes region, Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Travel conditions are expected to be treacherous across the eastern half of the state Saturday night into Sunday.

Significant snowfall amounts of 6-12 inches are forecast. However, this is a FIRST CALL forecast. Expected at least minor shifts and changes to the overall snowfall totals over the next 24 to 36 hours.

TIMING: Expect the precipitation to be underway across southeastern Wisconsin beginning Friday night (likely a mix bag). The heavy snow will move towards central Wisconsin Saturday afternoon and evening (between 4pm and 7pm). Expect the snow to hang around the area into Sunday morning before departing around noon time Sunday.

IMPACTS: Significant snowfall is expected. Gusty winds are expected. Travel conditions will be dangerous to near impossible across eastern Wisconsin at times Saturday night and Sunday. If you have travel plans across these areas during this timeframe, now is the time to consider cancelling or delaying your plans. Winds leading to blowing and drifting of the snow are also possible.

ALERTS: The NWS has hoisted winter storm watches for areas expected to receive 6+ inches of snow. More details regarding the watches can be found at

FORECAST DISCUSSION: The models have come into better agreement over the last 24 hours regarding the placement of the heaviest snowfall and how much will fall. There are still some discrepancies in how far west the heavy snowfall will make it (looking at you NAM). But overall, have went with the 12z EURO as a baseline for the forecast given the consistency it has presented and the median it appears to be for snowfall totals. Have also tried to highlight ice totals to the far southeast as I think the "ice storm" like threat may just edge into Racine and Kenosha counties.

All and all, some tweaks are going to be needed over the next day or two, but I am pretty confident with where the forecast is at right now. Will need to tighten the already sharp snowfall gradient from southwest to northeast across the state as confidence continues to increase though.

Wisconsin Weather



A major storm is possible this weekend. Early indications are that 8-12"+ will fall in portions of southern and eastern Wisconsin MAINLY Saturday night. Storm track details can still shift and change so please check back tomorrow for more information. I'm also watching northern Illinois for Ice Storm potential. See the links below for additional forecast information and I'll be going live shortly to explain everything in detail. Please help us spread the word by sharing with your friends and family! Thank you! - JP

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Central WI Weather


Moderate to heavy snowfall is ongoing across much of the state, and will continue into the overnight before tapering off by Tuesday morning. Snowfall rates of up to 1 inch per hour will be possible this evening--resulting in limited visibility.

If you are traveling this evening, be sure to use caution and allow yourself extra time to reach your destination.

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