Winter storm warnings are posted in all of Wisconsin, as most of the state braces for its first major snow of the season. Two-to-10 inches are in the forecast, with the highest totals expected in western and central areas from mid-day Monday through Tuesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service forecast also calls for strong, gusty winds of up to 45-miles-per-hour, as a powerful low-pressure system moves across h Wisconsin. Some localities could see up to one-inch of snow each hour during the storm’s peak. The Milwaukee metro is expected to get sleet, up to two-inches of it for Ozaukee County. There’s also a lakeshore flood advisory through midnight Monday, as the strong winds create waves of up to 13-feet along Lake Michigan in Sheboygan, Ozaukee, Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha counties.