Storm Team 4: Snow continues to fall, but warmer weather is on the way

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  • The snow is over with the exception of a few flurries bands early today across southeast Wisconsin.

  • The skies will still have a few clouds but temperatures will start a slow rise into the coming weekend when we see maximums around forty degrees once again.

  • The next storm which appears in Milwaukee on Sunday should have more rain than snow for southeast Wisconsin.

  • The first five days of this month has seen high temperatures in the twenties and thirties and more than four inches of snow

  • Last year the first five days of March also experienced chilly high temperatures in the twenties and thirties and five inches of snowfall.

  • However, on March 6th of last year the high temperature in Milwaukee was sixty-six degrees and the rest of the month is history as it turned into the warmest March on record for Milwaukee.

  • After March 6th of 2012 there was only one more day in the thirties, with the remainder above forty degrees.

  • Never before has March in Milwaukee recorded seventeen days above sixty degrees, and twenty-one days above fifty degrees where the normal high temperatures are in the thirties and forties.

  • There were also nine days above seventy degrees, and the record warmest for the month of March with a high temperature of eighty-four degrees on the 21st.

  • Scattered flurries and light snow will linger until noon on Wednesday, otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 30s.

  • Thursday and Friday will be very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s and plenty of sun.

  • A huge warm up is expected for the weekend with highs in the 40s and a chance for rain late in the day on Saturday and a wintry mix Saturday night and early Sunday.

  • It changes back to rain Sunday afternoon with highs in the lower 40s.

  • Tuesday night: Snow and blowing snow, eventually tapering off. New snow accumulation: About 1", Lows: 25 Lakefront... 19 Waukesha & Inland, Wind: N at 10-20 mph.

  • Wednesday : High: 34, Wind: N at 10-15 mph.

  • Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with scattered light snow showers before noon.

  • Wednesday night: Lows: 21 Lakefront... 13 Waukesha & Inland, Wind: N at 5-10 mph.

  • Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy with flurries.

  • Thursday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy and seasonal, High: Wind: NE 5-10 mph