Line Of Snow / Snow Showers Early This Evening

What Is Expected:

A line of moderate snow will move across western Wisconsin and northeast Iowa early this evening, exiting into eastern Wisconsin by 9 pm. A quick 1/2 to 1 inch of snow will fall (mostly on grassy surfaces), with visibility restrictions down to 1/4 mile. The snow will last about 1/2 hour at any given location. Most roads will be wet, but some could become snow covered and slippery. A few snow showers will be found behind the line.

Strong south winds are possible Wednesday afternoon across the open areas of southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa.  Wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph are possible. 

By Thursday, a mix of spring and winter precipitation is expected.  Most areas will see rain but there could be additional snow from parts of central Minnesota into north central Wisconsin.  

This Evening

  • Line of snow - snow showers 
  • 1/2 to 1 inch of accumulation - in about 15 minutes! (mostly on grassy surfaces)
  • Visibilities reduced to 1/4 mile
  • Some roads could be snow covered and slick 

Thursday - Thursday Night

  • Precipitation likely - from snow to wintry mix to rain 
  • Several inches of snow possible (north) 
  • Rainfall and/or snow melt could result in rises on some rivers and streams. 
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