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National Weather Service Outlook for Saturday, December 28th for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana

National Weather Outlook

National Radar Mosaic

National Weather Discussion

  • Significant winter storm expected to continue Tue across
    northern New England
  • Heavy rainfall potential over the Lower Mississippi Valley next

A lead upper low will move along the US/Canadian border Tue/Wed
which will spread a swath of snow through northern New York and
New England. In the West, a deep upper low will swing through Baja
California and old Mexico Wed-Fri before eventually lifting
northeastward. This may support a heavy rainfall potential from
eastern Texas into Louisiana/Arkansas and perhaps farther east
late in the week. In the Pacific Northwest, a couple frontal
passages will bring in modest precipitation to the region.


A light wintry mix of snow and freezing rain will remain possible this morning over southern Wisconsin. A light glaze of ice could cause slick spots on area roads. Use caution if out and about this morning!
Rainy conditions are expected across the area today and tomorrow, with some locally heavy rain possible, especially tonight and early Sunday. Colder air will build into the area Monday, with 2019 ending with some light snow. Cooler (but still above average) conditions are expected to begin the new year.
Milwaukee Live Radar


Periods of rain are expected through Sunday night. Expect mild conditions, with temperatures rising through tonight to around 60F on Sunday. A few thunderstorms cannot be ruled out tonight and again on Sunday night. Colder weather along with the potential for minor snow accumulations returns early next week.
Chicago Radar


Mild weather continues. Areas of fog could reduce the visibility to less than a mile at some locales at times late tonight and Saturday morning. Rain and possibly even a thunderstorm or two will move in by late Saturday. #INwx #nwsind
Indianapolis Radar


As a strong winter storm tracks from the Texas Panhandle into the Upper Great Lake the region ahead of the storm will be unseasonably warm. There may be periods of sprinkles today, however more widespread and heavier rain will overspread the region later tonight into Sunday. There could even be a rumble of thunder late tonight and Sunday morning. High temperatures on Sunday will be near record highs. Much colder air will filter in Monday into Tuesday with some light snow likely, along with windy conditions.
Michiana Radar

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