November 30, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – TrueWeather, courtesy Aron Rodman at Extra Mile Snow Plowing,
Light to moderate rain showers will continue through early Sunday morning, mixing with and changing over to a period of snow between 12-3 AM. Light snow is anticipated to remain a threat to the area through 11 PM Sunday night before tapering off. A general 2-4″ of snowfall is possible, mainly confined to non-paved surfaces, unless snowfall rates become heavy enough to produce a slushy paved surface accumulation. Breezy conditions are also likely, with gusts as high as 30-40 mph. A refreeze of residual moisture is likely Sunday night into early Monday morning as temperatures drop into the 20’s.
The latest high resolution guidance is showing a few areas of lift within the clouds tonight. If the upper level lift is dominant only a few flurries are expected with little to no impact. However, if the lower level lift is dominant we could see a mist or drizzle develop producing a light glaze of ice. This is about 20% of occurring. We will monitor throughout the evening. Simulated radar shows the isolated nature of this activity through the morning.
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