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Accumulating Snow To Impact Travel Thru Saturday

A winter storm will move across the Great Lakes region tonight and Saturday. Periods of snow, blowing and drifting snow and the possibility of a wintry mix are expected with the storm. Strong southeast winds will bring the possibility of flooding along the Lake Michigan shoreline tonight. Read More >

Snow Wraps Up, Icy Roads Possible Overnight

A FEW SNOW REPORTS FROM SATURDAY EVENING INTO SUNDAY:

Washington Island: 11.0"
Near Florence: 10.5"
Marinette: 9.5"
Lake Tomahawk: 8.0"
Shawano: 8.0"
Tigerton: 8.0"
Wausau: 7.8"
Rhinelander: 7.8"
Shiocton: 7.0"
Green Bay (NWS): 6.5"
Guenther: 4.4"
Plover: 4.3"
Two Rivers: 3.1"

Some totals were reported while snow was still wrapping up, so final amounts may be slightly higher.

 

THIS  EVENING:

Lingering flurries and light snow across eastern Wisconsin will come to an end. Even though weather conditions will steadily improve, falling temperatures may allow water and slush to refreeze into black ice, particularly on untreated and secondary roads. Drive safely and slow down. Winds will also remain gusty through the evening, then begin to subside after midnight.

A great way to monitor road conditions is by visiting the Wisconsin DOT site: https://511wi.gov/

 

     

 

 

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