Get ready for our next snow storm.
A strong clipper will bring in accumulations over a half foot for many areas by tomorrow evening.
Winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings are in place because of this storm.
First, this evening a few flurries will scatter around with temperatures falling into the mid and lower teens.
We could have a small period over mostly clear skies before we cloud over rapidly heading into the morning.
Winds will be light out of the southwest at 5 mph.
The clipper will arrive during the morning.
First it will start between 6-8 AM west of a Clintonville to Fond du Lac line.
The rest of the area will see the flake fly between 8-10 AM expect Marinette, Menominee (MI), and Door County.
A little after 10 am is when the snow will start falling for you folks.
The intensity of the snow will produce rates between 1-2 inches per hour at times.
It will begin to taper between 2-4 PM in Central Wisconsin.
By around 5:30 PM, just a few light snow showers or flurries will remain.
Totals will be on the lower end to the far north, 2-4 inches.
Most will pick up 4-7 inches with 6-9 inches near and west of the Fox Valley.
Skies will start to clear Sunday night with falling temperatures into the lower teens.
It will be a sunny beginning to the work week.
Temperatures will climb into the mid 20s.