While we were warm and dry here in Northeast Wisconsin, other areas were dealing with wintry weather.
And we're not just talking about other areas of Northeast Wisconsin, though they're also seeing the snow fly at times.
Wintry weather was seen over a fairly large swath of the country.
From Minnesota to South Dakota and even into the front range of the Rockies in Colorado, snow was flying on this, the first day of May.
Johnstown, Colorado was seeing wet, heavy snow earlier Wednesday.
More than a foot was reported near Fort Collins, with up to 2 feet reported in higher elevations-- and it's still snowing.
Denver could see over 6 inches by the time it ends tonight.
Snow was also coming down in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Further north than Colorado, Sioux Falls is seeing its first May snowfall in more than 37 years. That area was only expecting a total of a couple inches.
Winter storm watches and warnings are in effect from Northwest Wisconsin through Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and into Colorado.
Through Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa, as much as 6 to 8 inches or more of snow could be seen from this storm system.
Thankfully, here in Northeast Wisconsin, we should be dealing with the warmer, all-rain side of this storm.
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