Another snowstorm expected this weekWisconsin News
-- Much of the snow that fell a week ago in Wisconsin has melted – but another large dose could be on the way later this week.
Much of the snow that fell a week ago in Wisconsin has melted – but another large dose could be on the way later this week. The National Weather Service says the heaviest snow could fall in southern Wisconsin from Wednesday night into Thursday. And forecasters say the far north – and perhaps west central areas – could get a few inches as well. The Weather Service says a low pressure system from the Central Plains will push new snow into the region – but the exact track of the storm has yet to be determined. Meanwhile, officials say there are slippery roads this morning in parts of north central Wisconsin where patchy light drizzle froze during the night. Most areas of the Badger State were below freezing at six this morning. Eastern and southeast sections were above freezing. Kenosha was the warm spot with 37, and the entire state was under cloudy skies. Forecasters say it will remain cloudy all day, with temperatures not much warmer than they are now. The mercury is supposed to get down to around 20 tonight, and 30 along Lake Michigan. There’s a chance of light snow or rain in the Badger State tomorrow.