Winter weather advisories have been issued for counties northwest of the Fox Valley starting at midnight and continuing through 6 pm Monday evening.
Clouds will increase tonight and a light drizzle/mist may develop overnight resulting in some slick spots on any untreated roadways.
More steadier moisture will move in during the early morning hours.
Temperatures will be warm enough to support rain south of a line from Wautoma through Sturgeon Bay.
A wintry mix will occur along that line, and north of it, snowfall will be the primary focus.
Eventually cold air will shuffle in and change any wintry mix to snow across all of Northeast Wisconsin.
That round of snow will move in by the mid and late afternoon resulting in poor roadway conditions.
A few lingering snow showers or flurries will carry over into the late evening but by Midnight, any left over snow will be out of our area.
By the late morning, only a dusting to an inch will accumulate along and north of a line from Wautoma to Sturgeon Bay.
Another 1-2 inches will fall in the late afternoon into the evening.
Behind this storm system, a strong push or arctic air will drop temperatures into the teens on Tuesday.
On Wednesday morning, we will wake up with temperatures below zero with afternoon highs between 4-8 degrees.
If you are not ready for this yet, we quickly warm up into the lower 30s by the end of the week.