January 9, 2020 – Washington County, WI – A complex scenario remains likely to unfold across Washington County and the Upper Midwest this weekend. Words like cold front and rain/snow mix along with measurable snow are some of the key words in the forecast.
Accotding to TrueWeather: A cold front will move through the region on Friday and begin to stall out across the region Friday night.
Multiple pieces of energy are projected to ride along this boundary late Friday into early Sunday while delivering a risk of rain to the south and snow to the north with a mix in between.
No significant breaks in precipitation will develop during this event with a colder solution possible due to a stronger high pressure in place to the north providing the cold air support.
Snow will likely begin Friday night, lasting through early Sunday morning with the heaviest, steadiest snowfall developing Saturday afternoon and lasting through early Sunday morning.