A Winter Storm Will Affect Portions of Wisconsin Tonight and Wednesday

Low pressure will track from the central plains to northern Michigan. Snow and wintry precipitation will move into the region later this evening and continue into Wednesday. This system will bring several inches of snow to parts of north-central and northeast Wisconsin by Wednesday afternoon. Somewhat milder air wrapping into the system will bring a mix of rain, sleet, freezing rain and snow to central and east-central Wisconsin, before changing to mainly snow Wednesday morning. If you have travel plans across the western Great Lakes region, you should closely monitor the latest forecasts on this storm.

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Snowfall totals by late Monday Afternoon

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