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National Weather Service Outlook for Sunday, January 5th for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana Brought to You by Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys

National Weather Outlook

National Radar Mosaic

National Weather Discussion

  • Multiple periods of precipitation are forecast for the Northwest
  • Light to moderate snow expected for the Great Lakes and interior Northeast

An active weather pattern will continue for the northwestern U.S., with a cold front moving through today and a warm front approaching on Monday. This will lead to rounds of precipitation there, with locally heavy rainfall and localized flooding possible in lower elevations by of the Pacific Northwest by Monday. Then in higher elevations of the Cascades and Rockies, snowfall could be measured in multiple feet.

A low pressure system will move across the Great Lakes region over the next couple of days, so snow is likely to spread across the Great Lakes and the interior Northeast. Snowfall of 3 to 6 inches is forecast, with locally higher amounts. On the backside of this frontal system, high winds are expected over parts of the Northern and Central Plains into the Upper Mississippi Valley. High Wind Warnings and Wind Advisories are in place for these areas. Other windy areas are expected to be Piedmont east of the Southern/Central Appalachians, as well as Southern California.

Most of the continental U.S. will have around or above average temperatures over the next couple of days. Florida is expected to be one cooler than average spot, where temperatures should remain near or less than 70 degrees for highs. Then the Central Rockies could be several degrees below average by Monday.

Milwaukee

Windy conditions Sunday with gusts up to 40 mph possible, especially near the lake shore. There is a slight chance for rain/snow Sunday morning. Any rain or snow would be confined to south central Wisconsin and any accumulations would be a few tenths of an inch or less. Cooler temperatures return at the beginning of the week and a slight chance of snow returns on Tuesday.
Milwaukee Live Radar

Chicago

There is a small potential for a brief period of light snow or flurries this morning northeast of I-90. Otherwise, strong and gusty west winds will develop through the afternoon with gusts of 35 to 45 mph expected. Dry and seasonable to seasonably warm conditions are expected to start the week although a cold front will bring a brief period of colder temperatures Tuesday night. A more active and unsettled weather pattern is expected to develop towards the end of the week.
Strong and gusty west to west northwest winds will drive wave action up this afternoon and especially this evening across the shoreline of Porter County. These high waves will exacerbate ongoing erosion in the area and may lead to additional lakeshore flooding into tonight. Avoid flood prone areas along the lakeshore as a result.
Chicago Radar

Indianapolis

Dry conditions are expected through the middle of this week. Chances for rain return Thursday into the weekend with heavy rain possible at times. Temperatures will be near to slightly above normal.
Indianapolis Radar

Michiana

Another clipper system will bring windy conditions, rain/snow mix north of HWY 30, and high wave action on Lake Michigan today. Beach erosion is expected along Lake Michigan shoreline.
Michiana Radar


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