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Snow and a Messy Mix Then Tumblin' Temps

Snow is in the forecast for mainly early Tuesday across the state, and most folks will see a few inches by mid-afternoon. The snow will mix with some rain and sleet south of Milwaukee and near the Illinois border, so lesser amounts of snow are likely in those areas. After this first snow fall of March much colder air rolls in for Wednesday and Thursday, and high temperatures both days struggle to reach the middle teens. Warmer air rolls in late in the week and for the weekend.

Now that March is here, I feel it is my duty to remind everyone that this is still a very wintry month nine out of ten times in Milwaukee. The normal high temperature stays in the upper-thirties for the first seven days of the month, and only rises to the low-forties through mid-month. Low temperatures reaching zero or below zero have been recorded as late as the 25th when the minimum was zero set back in 1960. The latest below zero was two below zero on the 22nd in 1888.

We still have an ample normal snowfall during this month of seven inches, so this month can have snow storms all the way to the last day. Back in the winter of 1930-31 March recorded 36.1 inches of monthly snowfall.

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