By Journal Sentinel of the
"It's the first week of spring: Get ready for snow, Milwaukee.
forecast is calling for more than 8 inches of snow Wednesday night into
Thursday in parts of southeast Wisconsin, mostly far north of
Milwaukee, the National Weather Service said Monday morning.
is set to receive at least 2 inches, according to the latest
projections. So if that 71-degree day earlier this month prompted you to
put away the snow shovel, you might want to dig it out again.
"But how much snow actual will fall is anyone guess. 'Storm systems
this time of year are especially difficult to predict, and this one is't
doing anything to prove that,' the National Weather Service office in
Sullivan said Monday in an online post about the coming storm.
depends on whether the storm tracks to the north or to the south, and
how much moisture it picks up along the way. Be prepared for the
forecast to change one way or the other as the storm gets nearer to
"It already has been a roller-coaster of a March, with freezing temperatures and several inches of snow
to start the month. That was followed by a rapid warmup, with the high
in Milwaukee hitting 71 on March 8. That didn't break the record for the
day, but the 67 degrees recorded on March 9 did.
that, temperatures retreated into the 30s and 40s until last weekend,
when the low Sunday dropped to 28, just below normal for this time of
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