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Cooler weather is in the forecast. Significant snowfall is expected Friday night into Saturday - Kelly

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WHAT WE'RE TRACKING:

A storm system passing to the southeast of Wisconsin will  bring accumulating snow later Friday night into Saturday morning. Chilly weather continues through next week with chances for rain and snow showers Sunday night and Monday, Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning, and Friday night through Saturday night.

PLANNING YOUR NEXT 24 HOURS:

Cloudy skies will continue this morning. Temperatures this morning will be in the 30s. Skies will turn partly cloudy this afternoon. High temperatures will be in the lower 40s.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST:

Temperatures should be below-normal from Thursday through most of next week. Friday will be dry, but snow will develop from later Friday night through Saturday morning; snow accumulations of three to six inches is expected. Sunday will be dry and chilly, with rain and snow showers developing Sunday night. The rain and snow showers will change to rain showers Monday before ending as rain and snow showers Monday night. Tuesday will be dry, but another weather system will bring a chance of rain showers Wednesday afternoon. Showers may mix with snow Wednesday night before ending Thursday morning. Friday will be dry, but another weather system brings a chance of rain and snow showers Friday night, a chance of rain showers Saturday, and a chance of rain and snow showers Saturday night.

TODAY: Cloudy skies this morning with become partly cloudy this afternoonHigh: 42 Wind: N 8-15 MPH 

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and a colder. Low: 26 Wind: NE 5-10 MPH 

FRIDAY: Partly sunny and not as chilly (becoming mostly cloudy with snow developing overnight).  High: 47 Wind: E 8-15 MPH 

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and colder with snow tapering to flurries and ending; total snow accumulation of three to six inches is possible. Low: 30 High: 38

SUNDAY: Variable cloudiness and chilly (a chance of rain and snow showers at night). Low: 26 High: 42 

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy and chilly with a chance of rain showers (possibly mixed with snow in the morning and at night before ending). Low: 29 High: 41 

TUESDAY: Partly sunny and chilly. Low: 27 High: 41 

WEDNESDAY: Becoming mostly cloudy and breezy with a chance of rain showers in the afternoon (rain showers mixing with snow at night). Low: 28 High: 48

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and chilly with a chance of rain and snow showers in the morning. Low: 32 High: 46 

FRIDAY: Variable cloudiness, breezy, and continued chilly (becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers at night). Low: 29 High: 46 

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy and not as chilly with a chance of rain showers (a chance of rain and snow showers at night). Low: 34 High: 50 

SUNDAY: Variable cloudiness, breezy, and a little colder. Low: 33 High: 43

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