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Freezing Rain and Snow for Most of the Area – National Weather Service Outlook for Saturday, December 14th for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana

National Weather Outlook


An area of freezing drizzle will move east across southern WI with the passage of a cold front. Areas of black ice will be possible. Drive slow and remain cautious. A Freezing Fog Advisory is also in effect until 9 AM for Waukesha, Walworth, Racine and Kenosha Counties. This will also cause slick spots on roadways.
A slight chance for isolated light freezing drizzle exists tonight and during the day on Saturday. Anywhere drizzle manages to occur, a few slick spots may be possible. Skies will clear early Sunday morning and into the daytime hours on Sunday, leading to a chilly, but relatively nice day.
As of December 9th, Lake Michigan remains near record water levels. The unusually high water levels will likely continue through Winter into next Spring.
The days leading into Christmas have potential to be warmer than normal with a slight chance of above normal precipitation. Despite the potential for warmer conditions we certainly cannot rule out some snow or even a White Christmas for southern Wisconsin. This period will come more into focus by the end of next week.
Milwaukee Live Radar


There is a small chance for spotty freezing drizzle late tonight into Saturday morning for portions of the area, with impacts if any likely minimal. A storm system will then affect parts of the region Sunday evening through Monday with accumulating snow possible. Confidence has increased in accumulating snow, but uncertainty remains high in exact amounts and how far north the plowable snowfall will reach. Current indications favor areas south of I-80 for the higher chance of 2 inches or more of accumulation. While a significant snowfall is not expected, any accumulations would occur on all surfaces with temperatures in the mid to upper 20s during the bulk of the snow. Stayed tuned to the latest forecasts through the weekend.
Periods of light snow are likely Sunday night through Monday evening. The highest chances for accumulating snowfall to at least 2″ will be over southern sections of the area, south of I-80. Farther north some light snow is still possible, but amounts are likely to taper off significantly towards the Wisconsin state line. In addition to the snow, there is a chance that some light freezing drizzle could mix with the snow late Sunday night into Monday morning over parts of central Illinois and Indiana. While this is not expected to be a major storm for most of northern Illinois, hazardous travel conditions will be possible over southern sections of the area Sunday night and on Monday. Stay tuned for forecast updates.
Chicago Radar


Accumulating snow and light icing is possible Sunday night into Monday.e tonight and Saturday. No accumulations expected.
Indianapolis Radar


A cold front will bring a low chance for rain and snow showers to portions of northern Indiana and Lower Michigan this afternoon, with chances for lake effect snow showers and drizzle tonight north of US 30. Little to no snow or ice accumulation is expected tonight. A storm system will track into the Ohio Valley later Sunday night through Monday night with periods of snow expected. Accumulations are likely, though confidence regarding snow amounts and timing remain low at this time.
Michiana Radar

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