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Active weather will continue to overspread the region tonight. Freezing drizzle and rain is likely to continue over the Fox Valley through late this evening, before seeing a chance for snow as temperatures continue to cool overnight. Northern and central Wisconsin are expected to see heavier snow accumulations as snow falls over the course tonight into Tuesday morning. The heaviest snowfall is expected to fall north of Highway 64, while areas to the south will see a wintry mix. This winter storm will continue to cause hazardous travel with slippery and snow covered roadways, along with low visibilities in areas of heavy snow. A winter storm warning is in effect for much of north-central Wisconsin for this system.

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