On Sunday, the wind picks up slightly, to 10 miles per hour, and all those clouds will deliver two or three inches of snow starting after 2 p.m. and continuing to 10 p.m.
As morning turns to afternoon, the snow comes to an end, but the clouds stick around.
Today and Tonight - Accumulating snow is expected today into tonight, with amounts through tonight mostly in the 1 to 3 inch range, possibly approaching 4 inches over west central Wisconsin. Additional accumulations of less than an inch are expected. Most areas will see snow ending by sunrise.
A strong cold front will move through Monday night, with a band of snow expected behind the front on Tuesday morning. However, a chance for rain arrives with the warmer temperatures.
Highs will likely struggle to climb out of the single digits both Monday & Tuesday.More news: 'We made this our home': United States ends protected status for Salvadorans
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Environment Canada says an Arctic ridge of high pressures is building into Manitoba bringing with it overnight low temperatures that could drop down to around the -30 C mark.
It took a while for the clouds to clear this afternoon, and that held high temperatures in the 30s for most.
Monday through Tuesday morning - Wind chill values during this time will lower to between 25 below and 40 degrees below zero.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will hover in the teens on Tuesday, you will need to continue bundling up. Temperatures will start to rebound starting on Wednesday though.
After the snow wraps up early Monday morning, drier weather is set to return through the next few days, as well.