Seven inches of snow predicted for northern Wisconsin
Spring was supposed to be sprung 16 days ago - but up to seven-inches of new snow are in the forecast in northern Wisconsin. Winter weather advisories have been posted for tonight and tomorrow. Three-to-seven inches are expected in Superior, Ashland, Bayfield, and Hurley. Hayward and Park Falls could get 2-to-4 inches. Three-to-five inches of snow, plus sleet, are predicted for Rhinelander, Eagle River, and Antigo. And the National Weather Service says all of Wisconsin will get mixed precipitation tonight and tomorrow, with a chance of thunderstorms tomorrow evening. Meanwhile, flood warnings continue on the Rock River at Newville and Afton in Rock County. Only minor floods are predicted for both places. And in Trempealeau County, a flood advisory was posted until 6:30 this morning, after the Trempealeau River at Arcadia got close to its flood stage during the night.