Michael Fish's NBC26 weather forecast

WGBAPublished: December 8, 2017
Published: December 8, 2017

We have a clipper system on the way, but it really doesn't get here for most of us until this evening. That means most of the daytime hours for most of us, look fairly quiet, but it will be a little breezy. If you live well of to the NW, you might start see some snow starting to fall late in the afternoon. Highs will top out around 30. It still continues to look like a light batch of snow will be on the way for this evening. It's going to be close to the evening commute, but some of the latest data has it closer to 6PM or a little later for Green Bay and the Fox Cities. Either way, if it gets here a little earlier, just be aware that your evening commute could get a little dicey, especially the farther northwest you live. As this snow falls, it will NOT be windy, so blowing and drifting will NOT be a problem tonight. This snow will taper off later tonight.This is going to be a relatively light snow to move around with current indications showing only around 1-2", though if you live to the SW or far NE, it could be a little less. Like with any snow forecast, it could change a little as we get closer to the event. Either way, there looks to be a good potential of a lot of us to see our first snowfall you'll have to shovel, of the season. This clipper will keep the cold air in place into the start of the weekend. It will also be blustery on Saturday with highs in the mid-20s. With the wind, this could blow the snow around a bit in the rural areas where it fell, but it shouldn't be that major of issue. Saturday night looks cold and quiet with lows in the low-teens. Some milder air does move in for Sunday into Monday with highs getting back into the lower-30s. It won't last long though. A shot of even colder air looks to move in for next week. Monday, there's another chance at some light snow or even a bit of a wintry mix.

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