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the snow started falling about 24 hours ago... and its been falling ever since.this is what milwaukee collected over a two hour period last night. night.now, a solid six inches is on the ground... and there's still more to come. good evening... i'm amanda porterfield.eric levy is out live in milwaukee covering the storm tonight.we'll get to him in just a minute... but first, let's get the latest forecast with meteorologist justin thompson-gee.justin? winter storm warning in effect until 10:00 pm sunday.tonight: snow wraps up by 10:00 pm at the latest. chilly with lows in the upper teens. slick spots persist. wind: nw 10-15 mph.monday: a little bit of sunshine possible under a partly cloudy sky. some blowing snow possible during the day. slight chance for a
arctic front arrives. any accumulation will be less than a few tenths. highs in the low 20s. wind: w 10-20 mph.week ahead: arctic front arrives monday cooling temperatures down into the single digits by tuesday morning. stays very cold through thursday with highs around 100 and lows around 00 but feeling colder with the wind chill. chance for snow is increasing for friday into saturday with
thanks justin... we'll check back in with you soon. soon.we have team coverage of the storm again for you tonight... with live pictures from around the area.jacob kittilstad is live from menonomee falls...but first, eric levy is live at cathedral square.eric, how are things looking around downtown after all this snow?
signs are posted...if there are four inches or more.there are also the alternate side parking rules.we've got full details about those rules on cbs 58 dot com. "so they went into the residenital streets to clear the side streets of snow and they have been doing that since early this morning. and they'll be continuing to do that late into the evening. so we have our salt trucks plowing our main and arterials to keep them open, and we have our garbage trucks into the neighborhoods clearing snow there. if you live on a cul de sac or a dead end, you might see an end-de deployed end-loaders into those areas to clear those streets." 3
of southeastern wisconsin: menomonee falls.that's where we joins jacob kittilstad... live from mill pond park where the snow continues to fall. jacob. people around here are dealing with between 5 to 9 inches of snow.it's not so cold though... these falls aren't frozen - meaning people aren't having ?the worst? time digging out. in fact...many of the people who i've been talking to... even the ones snowblowing... say they're way more ?excited? about the beauty of the snowfall that the actual clean-up.because this happened overnight saturday to sunday...some people out here told me ?maybe? they had to cancel things they had planned to do...but there's no school, no work...so the snow is manageable at this point. "well yeah, i had a number of things happening this weekend. we have a toy drive at our church and we usually pack up all the toys and drive them
sure we could get that done but it turned out fine." the snow is (ad lib on current conditions)...but it's just now getting dark.the winter storm warning is set to expire here - like much of southeastern wisconsin - at 8 p-m. m.wisconsin - at 8 p-m. m.live in menomonee falls... jacob kittilstad...cbs 58 news. jake ad libs toss to eric cities all over southeast wisconsin have southeast cities all over cities all over southeast wisconsin have been digging out from the snow all day. day.this is the first full winter in kenosha since kenosha changed its plowing policy.trucks now hit the roads there after two inches of snow... instead of four. 3 the roads looking pretty good up in washington county this morning too.this is from "hickory lane park" in
parks and rec department. 3 and of course... the snow wasn't going to stop the thousands of packers fans from making the trek up i-43 this morning to green bay.we caught up with a few fans on who made a pit stop in sheboygan... about how things looked out on the roads. "last night, the road was pretty slippery, so that's what i kind of felt like the same way today. and on the way up here, after milwaukee, it was only one lane. yea, only one lane was cleared. it kind of got busy but... it wasn't terrible."
3 3 3 thanks eric.the roads were treacherous again this weekend... with crashes all over the place including this one -- that sent a milwaukee county sheriff's deputy to the hospital.it happened on i-41 near the hampton around 7-45 this morning... as the deputy was on the scene of another wreck.the sheriff's office tells the us the woman driving tried to avoid the crash... but hit her brakes too late.the deputy is going to be okay... and the driver was given a ticket. 3 here's a look at the traffic conditions now...we are
interchanges on the highways around milwaukee.the top left thats around milwaukee.the highways around milwaukee.the top left thats the zoo interchage. bottom left thats the hale interchangemitchell interchange is over here bottom right top right. 3 top right. and marquette is rightover here bottom interchange is mitchell interchange is over here bottom rightand marquette is top right. 3 the weather has been causing headaches for travelers all day.you're looking live at general mitchell international
of the airport have been either delayed or canceled today. 3 it's the same story down in chicago... nearly 14-hundred flights have been canceled so far today between o'hare and midway airports.that's sent people scrambling to find other ways to get from point a to point b... 3 and that some crowds at the intermodal station in downtown milwaukee.dozens of people were there this afternoon... hoping to catch an amtrak down to chicago. and make sure to download the cbs 58 ready weather app.we've got all the latest updates from the national weather service... an interactive radar... hour by hour forecasts... and a blog that's constantly updated by our ready weather team.it's free for both apple and android. 3 still ahead on the cbs 58 news at 5-30... the president elect at odds with lawmakers before he even takes office.what senators from both parties say needs to be done as soon as
3 welcome back... you're looking live at cathedral square on milwaukee's east side...lots of snow on this sunday night. on this sunday with just one day to the deadline -- the snowstorm isn't slowing the progress of the presidential recount here in wisconsin. wisconsin.the latest from the wisconsin election commission includes some added votes out of dane county.hillary clinton and tim kaine gained 11 votes out of madison this weekend. the commission says 13 absentee ballots were wrongly rejected on election day. milwaukee county's recount is still ongoing... they have
donald trump is fighting off criticism from lawmakers about the alleged tampering by russia during the elections. the president elect rejected the idea that it played any role this morning on fox news. news."we had a massive landslide victory in the electoral college....no i don't believe that at all." 3 however... senators from both parties say the president priority once he's officially in office.new york democrat chuck schumer says the senate will... once they're back in se. session."i think we have to wait until congress is constituted because the new congress is no longer in session. we've adjourned, so there's no way to do it until we come back. but it should be one of the first orders of business immediately when we come back on january 3rd." 3rd."you can't make this issue partisan; it's too important. a fundamental of a democracy is a free and fair election.
the cia says they've found evidence of tampering... though russian officials have denied any sort of involvement. it was the deadliest building fire in this country in 13 years. the ghost ship fire in oakland california. this weekend the youngest of the 36 victims was remembered with a tribute. nat music musica choir is a team sport and this was his team, this was his family. draven mcgill was part of the choir at the ruth awasa school of the arts in san francisco. he died in the fire at the ghost ship warehouse while watching a concert. mcgill was just 17 years old. he was incredibly creative, gifted and entrepreneurial and and he knew how to pursue what he wanted atf agents have been at the scene of the fire this weekend
reconstricted the scene..but haven't figured out yet what caused the fire. 3 you're looking live at conditions on i-43 near new berlin... a little more than 24 hours after the snow first started falling.thanks to chris keske and all our storm spotters this weekend...and the snow... it could keep falling for the next few hours...
quarterback.... four interceptions. more frm this game tonight at 10. the detroit lions just keep finding a way to win. eight times the lions have trailked in the fourth quarter this year and have found a way to win. matt stafford doing it on the ground instead of in the air.... last chance for the last-place bears, pass incomple. incomplete.lions keep their lead intact in the nfc north with a 20-17 win over the bears, who are now 3-10. detroit now 9-4. minnesota making their own comeback against jacksonville. matt asiata's short rush giving the vikings the lead... then sam bradford goes to kyle rudolph to help put the game away. vikings win 25-16... just their second win in the last eight weeks after starting the season 5-0. so green bay currently wining... but still a tough road to face. detroit will finish tonight two games ahead of the packers at least...
bay with the win. packers in chicago next week before playing both the vikings and lions to finish the season. while amrquette's five game win streak snapped yesterday against wisconsin... the badgers win streak now at five games with green bay on the schedule wednesday. wednesday.greg gard sees his team starting to gel and things starting to come together. the latest win against the golden eagl part of a streak that's sene the badgers beat a ranked team in the syracuse orange... but yesterday technically their first road win of the year. gard expects his team to get even better as the season progresses. we played at creighton about a month ago. we're bette rthan when we played there and i think that helps us. the maui trip helped us, creighton helped us and hopefully we continue to get better. former badger and san diego running back melvin gordon
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winter storm warning in effect until 10:00 pm sunday.tonight: snow wraps up by 10:00 pm at the latest. chilly with lows in the upper teens. slick spots persist. wind: nw 10-15 mph.monday: a little bit of sunshine possible under a partly cloudy sky. some blowing snow possible during the day. slight chance for a few snow showers in the evening and overnight as the arctic front arrives. any accumulation will be less than a few tenths. highs in the low 20s. wind: w 10-20 mph.week ahead: arctic front arrives monday cooling temperatures down into the single digits by tuesday morning. stays very cold through thursday with highs around 100 and lows around 00 but feeling colder with the wind chill. chance for snow is increasing for friday into saturday with
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