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Quiet start to the weekend... Snow on Sunday

Saturday is the calm before the storm for the Milwaukee area as the biggest snow potential of this winter season moves in from the southwest Saturday night. The heaviest snowfalls will remain south of the state but areas of Kenosha, Racine and southeastern Milwaukee counties could see more than seven inches of new snow by late Sunday. High temperatures will be in the lower-thirties under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Colder air follows the storm on Sunday and Monday. The largest snowfall of this season so far was only 3.8 inches set back on January 8th.


Saturday is the last day of the month and January will go down in the climate books as normal for temperatures and below normal for precipitation. The average temperature is around 22.3 degrees and will probably settle close to that figure, which is a tenth of a degree above normal. The warmest temperature this month was 42 degrees which occurred on three different days. The coldest temperature was seven degrees below zero back on the 8th and is also the coldest so far this winter season.

Precipitation for the whole month so far was only seventy-eight hundredths of an inch which is less than half of the normal expected precipitation for January. Snowfall was 12.1 inches, about three inches below normal.

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