Tuesday forecast: Patchy freezing drizzle through tonight


It looks like we could see freezing rain for the morning commute.

Look for decreasing clouds Thursday afternoon with highs in the bone-chilling teens and 20s but gusty northerly winds topping 35 to 40 miles per hour at times, will make it feel much colder.

In fact, Environment Canada is issued a freezing rain warning for the Greater Sudbury area.

Much of eastern Iowa will be under winter weather advisories by the time the sun goes down Tuesday night. "Most of southeast Wisconsin will pick up around 0.10" of freezing rain, with as much as 0.20" in a few spots.

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By early Tuesday morning, according to NWS, a mix of rain and snow could fall around the 500' level in the northern Sacramento Valley area.

Snow moves in on Thursday as a blowing snow event moves into the region.

Areas of drizzle and freezing drizzle are expected to develop across south-central and eastern Kansas tonight. Temperatures drop quickly this evening and down towards -20°C overnight. Untreated roads and sidewalks may become slick with a thin layer of ice.

Through Monday, snow is expected from the Pacific Northwest into the Sierra Nevada and parts of the Rockies. 5-10 cm of drifting snow is likely through the day on gusty north winds. Highs in the mid to upper 10s.