WISCONSIN NEWS ROUNDUP: Gov. Walker decleared a state of emergency in advance of today's storm
Governor Scott Walker has declared a state-of-emergency in advance of what could be the nastiest storm of a nasty Wisconsin winter. Fourteen-to-18-inches of snow are predicted in the far northwest part of the state bounded by Phillips, Bayfield, and Superior. Madison and Milwaukee could only get less than an inch of snow -- but the southern half of the state can also expect a fair amount of ice due to freezing rain.