[11/15/22] 6:13 PM. Here's a quick look at the radar for the past hour. A lake enhanced snow band has set up across the Door, southern Marinette, and southern Oconto counties. These areas will likely see the heaviest snowfall over the evening and early overnight hours.
[11/7/22] A widespread but thin layer of high clouds will make seeing the total lunar eclipse a bit tricky tonight. Overall, the moon should still be visible through the clouds for some and some breaks in the clouds are also likely, especially towards southern Wisconsin.
[11/4/22] 5:20pm. Here's a look at the last couple hours of radar, with the arrival of the rain for most of northeastern Wisconsin. Rainfall will continue through the night before winds pick up tomorrow.
[10/25/22] Here's a look at the overnight radar as showers developed along the cold front overnight. The last of the rain will be on its way out by the middle of the morning, but another system to our south will bring rain back in the late afternoon, mainly for areas along eastern Wisconsin including the Fox Valley and lakeshore.
(1015 AM) Green Bay radar is showing the leading edge of rain/snow mix was making its way toward the Fox Valley. Snow is now being reported in the cites of Stevens Point, Plover and New London. The last official snowflakes at the Green Bay airport was on April 26.
(8 AM) Radar from Duluth is showing snow spreading into north central WI. Snow is already occurring in the cities of Manitowish Waters and Arbor Vitae. Expect reduce visibilities down to 1/2 of a mile at times. Up to 1" of snowfall may accumulate on grassy areas. The pavement should stay mainly wet, however use caution and slow down if traveling across the Northwoods this morning.
725 PM: A line of light to moderate rain showers is moving across the Fox Valley and northeast WI. Isolated lightning and gusty winds to around 40 mph are possible as this line moves through.
☁️ Clouds are thickening across Wisconsin this afternoon with breezy north winds. Temperatures are also cool in the upper 30s and 40s.
(910 pm) Radar our of La Crosse is showing strong to severe storms across west central WI, moving east/southeast. If these storms hold together. they may reach Marathon and Wood counties by 11 PM. Large hail and gusty winds are the main hazards.
[9/20/22] Here's a longer loop with the rest of the storms from this morning. The heaviest rainfall tracked from southern Marathon County through portions of the Fox Valley including Oshkosh. Locally high reports along this track were in the 2-3 inch range, with numerous additional 1-2 inch reports.
Also visible in this loop are the clearing skies behind the rain, which will keep skies sunny through the afternoon. Then this afternoon, a cold front will bring a second round of clouds and rain into the area, mainly for the north.
6:05 AM: Thunderstorms with frequent lightning, heavy downpours, and possibly some wind gusts to 30 mph and small hail—moving through central into east-central WI early this morning. Stay indoors when there is lightning.
(445 PM) Another gloomy and damp day for the afternoon/evening commute, as radar continues to show light rain and drizzle over much of central thru northeast WI. Remember...Wipers on...headlights ON!
[9/12/22] More rain is in the forecast today, but the end is in sight! The low pressure system will pull off to the east through the day, gradually ending showers from west to east across the region. Here's a look at the approximate timing:
We will also have reports on the latest rainfall totals later this morning, after we get the latest from our observers across the area.
(805 PM) Radar continues to show light rain over portions of central thru northeast Wisconsin this evening. The light rain will continue thru the overnight hours and into Sunday. However, locations across the far north, little or no rain is expected.
[9/10/22] 6:10 am. Here's a quick look at the radar and satellite from the past few hours. Much of western and northern WI already received rainfall through the overnight hours. Additional showers will continue to develop through the day as the front gradually shifts southeastwards and brings rain to the rest of Wisconsin.
11 AM [09.02.22] | Radar Update
This morning’s radar shows an area of showers, with a few rumbles of thunder, moving NE into portions of central WI. Anticipate the showers & rumbles of thunder to continue moving NE into east-central WI over the next few hours.
6:34 PM [08.28.22] Radar Update
Showers & isolated thunderstorms will continue to move northeast across far eastern WI over the next few hours. Heavy downpours & lightning are the main threats. Localized flooding is also possible.
5 PM [08.28.22] | A line of showers & storms continues to move east/northeast at 25 mph towards the Fox Valley. Heavy downpours are occurring with these storms. Winds in excess of 30 mph & small hail are also possible with this line.
Rounds of scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are expected through late tonight. A few strong to near-severe storms are possible in in central and north-central WI late this evening. These could produce strong wind gusts, small hail, and torrential rainfall.
Here is a look at the brief burst of snow that pushed through the Green Bay area. What did you see in your area?
A quick burst of snow will track east across eastern WI this afternoon. Be alert for rapid a reduction in visibility and a light accumulation of snow. Temps will quickly fall below freezing as well. Slick spots are possible on the roads. Use extra caution if traveling.
12:50 PM [11.15.21]
What's that white stuff that's not moving on this afternoon's satellite 🛰️ imagery??
That folks is the leftover snow ❄️ from the first snowfall of the season (for many)!
A dry slot was overspreading the area this evening, which was clearing out the clouds in northeast WI. This will not last all night, the clouds (yellow in animation) will return along with a few snow showers. Minor accumulations possible west of the Fox Valley tonight.
Some scattered, light snow showers across northern and central WI today. Not expecting any accumulations, but don’t be surprised to see a few flakes.
[10/25/21] Satellite view of the clearing skies that have brought sunshine back to the Green Bay and parts of the Fox Valley. Expect the clearing trend to continue overnight, with a mostly sunny Tuesday ahead!
[10/24/21] Here's a quick look at the radar and satellite from the past couple of hours. Although clouds have moved well ahead of the rain, showers have been much slower to make their way northwards. As we get through the overnight, a few showers will get into central to east-central WI, mainly south of Highway 29.
[10/23/21] Here's a quick look at the satellite trend from this afternoon. Clouds remained locked in place for most of northern Wisconsin, with more partial coverage for portions of central Wisconsin and Fox Valley. As we head forwards into tonight, expect the clouds to continue to break up across the area, bringing back clear skies for a time tonight, before clouds push back into the region tomorrow morning.
[10/14/21] Clearing is on the way from the west this afternoon, which will bring in some sunny conditions by the end of the day!
🌧️ Here's a rough idea showing the timing of scattered showers and storms later today.
🌧️ There will be one round of light showers this afternoon, followed by scattered showers and storms this evening.
🌧️ Wind gusts to 40-50 mph are possible within any shower or storm. Severe thunderstorms are not expected.
Rounds of showers & embedded storms will move through the area this afternoon/evening. Strongest storms will produce heavy rain, hail, & brief gusty winds. Localized flooding is possible, especially if storm drains are clogged with leaves. This is how the HRRR model shows it playing out. Remember...when thunder roars, go indoors!