Tomorrow, the snow moves into Wisconsin as the cold front slides through. There will be an opportunity for an inch of snow before lake-effect snow will bring several more inches. The highest snowfall will likely occur along the South Shore, where 5 to 8 inches are possible.
In addition, wind will begin to create blizzard conditions across the UP as winds begin gusting between 30 and 40 mph as winds blow across the big Lake.
Current Watches, Warnings, and Advisories. I've taken a map (to the right) showing all the warnings and advisories across the UP and Wisconsin from MichiganWxSystem.com, on top of which I labeled the expected snowfall totals from each NWS Office.
The highest amount in the region is expected in the central UP where winds will bring heavy snow off the ice-free waters of Eastern Lake Superior.
It does look like the entire state will see snowfall from this system.
Other Blogs to Follow:
Scout will be keeping an eye on the weather in the southeast corner of the state on WeatherScout. OSNW3 posts great updates during (and after) storms from Oshkosh, WI in the east-central portion of the state on his blog.
And finally, Derek will keep us updated on conditions in northwest Wisconsin on NW Wisconsin Weather.