MILWAUKEE (AP) - Wisconsin voters will deal with a wintry mix of rain and snow as they head to the election polls around the state.
An inch or more of snow is forecast for northern Wisconsin, with cold rain to the south. It could be the coldest and rainiest weather in Wisconsin in more than three decades of presidential elections.
Observers say weather is a factor in voter turnout. When President Obama was elected in 2008, about 69 percent of eligible voters in Wisconsin turned out at the polls.
FOX 11 Director of Meteorology Pete Petoniak will have more throughout Good Day Wisconsin.
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