Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for Northeast Wisconsin until Monday morning.
Winter weather has moved into Wisconsin, and is sliding up through Northeast Wisconsin as well.
Precipitation started as snow, heavy at times, Sunday afternoon. Green Bay and the Fox Cities will saw between 2" and 4". North of Green Bay accumulations will be between 3" and 5", with a few spots perhaps eclipsing 6". These locations are still seeing some lingering snow.
Green Bay to the Fox Cities, however, have since seen the snow give way to a light freezing drizzle. This will continue through most of the night. Though there likely won't be more than 1/10th of an inch of ice accumulation, it also doesn't take much to make roads slick and dangerous. Slow down and leave extra travel time to get where you're going.
All precipitation will slowly wind down overnight, and by the early morning hours on Monday we should just have a few lingering spots of drizzle. This will likely end by daybreak, and we'll be left with clouds for the rest of Monday.
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