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National Weather Service Outlook for Wednesday, December 11th for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana

National Weather Outlook

Milwaukee

Clouds over the area this morning will give way to mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. Despite the sunshine, temperatures will remain unseasonable cold today, with temperatures only peaking in the mid-teens to around 20. Clouds will return tonight ahead of an increasing chance for light rain and snow on Thursday. The area from the Dells east to Sheboygan have the best chance for receiving accumulating snow on Thursday of around an inch. The chance for light rain and snow continues on Friday.
Across southern Wisconsin, about every 2 out of 3 years there is at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on December 25th across much of south central Wisconsin. The chance decreases to 50% or one out of every two years in far southeast Wisconsin. The graphic shows the historic probability of at least 1 inch of snow on the ground at 6 am CST on December 25. This is based on the 30 year normal climate statistics from the National Center for Environmental Prediction.
Milwaukee Live Radar

Chicago

Last updated Friday at 5:44 am

A quick moving area of snow will move across the region through 10-11 a.m. Most of this will be light though brief moderate snow will occur in the lighter blue shaded area on the map. The light and fluffy snow will accumulate to over one half inch in some of that area. Given the cold temperatures, this will result in a dusting of snow on untreated roads across the area. Allow some extra time for this morning’s commute.
Light to briefly moderate snow will be seen this morning with a dusting up to one inch of accumulation. After the snow ends it will become sunny this afternoon with highs in the lower 20s north to upper 20s south. Thursday will see temperatures about 15 degrees warmer thanks to gusty southerly winds. There is a small chance for light rain on Thursday in far northern Illinois. Otherwise the next chance of precipitation arrives later Friday into Saturday.
Chicago Radar

Indianapolis

A cold start to the day but temperatures will warm up some for the end of the week. Next chance of precipitation arrives this weekend. #inwx
Indianapolis Radar

Michiana

A weak system moving across the region will provide a period of snow showers across southern Lower Michigan along with northwest and portions of north central Indiana. This system will also lead to some renewed lake effect snow showers. Snowfall accumulations today are only expected to total a few tenths of an inch, but some localized amounts of a half inch to an inch are possible across southwest Lower Michigan due to lake effect. Cold conditions will persist today with highs only reaching the mid to upper 20s. Early morning wind chills will range from 0 to 10 above. A period of dry weather is then expected tonight through Friday, but there is another chance of rain and snow Friday night.
Michiana Radar


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