MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - The southern third of Wisconsin could get a lot more snow this week.
The National Weather Service says a low pressure system moving east from the Rockies could collide with a northbound wave of warmer air. That could produce a prolonged period of light to moderate snow from Tuesday afternoon through Thursday.
By then, between 9 and 10 inches of new snow is possible Kenosha and Racine counties -- 8 to 9 inches in Milwaukee County and far south central Wisconsin -- and 3 to 7 inches elsewhere south of a line from La Crosse to Manitowoc.
Meanwhile, it's supposed to stay cold. Daytime temperatures are predicted to remain in the single digits until Thursday, when highs will gradually get warmer into the teens.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)