Freezing Rain/Ice Late Tonight, Severe Storms Possible Saturday Afternoon-Evening

A wintry mix developing towards midnight will quickly transition to freezing rain late tonight into Saturday morning along and north of Interstate 94. Icing on untreated roads, sidewalks, and parking lots will result in slippery to hazardous travel. Be ready to adjust or cancel travel plans.

Scattered storms likely Saturday into the night. Some could become severe from mid-afternoon through the evening, mainly along and south of Interstate 90.

Continue to monitor the latest forecast for updates.

Late Tonight - Sat Morning: Freezing Rain

  • What: Freezing rain late tonight, persisting into early Saturday morning. Ice accumulations will range from up to 1/10" near the I-94 corridor to around 1/4" in Taylor County.
  • Where: Along and north of Interstate 94
  • Impacts: Ice accumulation on untreated roads other surfaces causing slippery to hazardous travel. Potentially significant icing across Taylor and northern Clark counties could result in some tree and power line damage.
  • ACTIONS: be ready to adjust, delay or cancel travel plans. Check on road conditions before heading out.

Sat Afternoon - Evening: Strong to Severe Storms Possible

  • What: Scattered storms, some strong to severe.
  • Where: Mainly along and south of Interstate 90,
  • Timing: Saturday mid-afternoon - evening
  • Impacts: Main threats will be damaging winds, hail, and a few tornadoes
  • ACTIONS: be ready to take shelter if a storm approaches your location. Have multiple ways to receive severe storm warnings.