Areas of rain and snow continue to diminish across south central and southeast Wisconsin this evening. Through the rest of tonight, the areas of light rain and drizzle will change over to occasional light snow or flurries. Some freezing drizzle is possible over south central Wisconsin as slightly colder, drier air settles in as well.
Many locations across south central into east central Wisconsin received between 1 and 4 inches of snowfall on Sunday. Much of the snow melted on the pavement, but accumulated on grassy areas. However slushy accumulations on roadways did result in slippery stretches.
The illustration below shows snowfall reports so far today. A thorough report of snowfall totals will be available after the regular 24-hour observations come in Monday morning. Note: the reports shown in the image below are not all valid at the same time and may not represent the current amount in your area. Click the image to go to our Local Storm Report Graphic Page, where you can hover your mouse over the report and see what time the report is from.
Here is where the heavier rain and snowfall is currently. Click on a regional radar below for a larger image.
Below are current watches, warnings, and advisories across the Upper Midwest.
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