MADISON (WKOW) — A winter storm will begin pushing through parts of southern Wisconsin by mid-morning Sunday.
A winter storm warning is in effect for some counties until 6 a.m. Monday.
Counties closer to the Illinois border will have a greater the chance of seeing higher snow totals.
Because of the narrow band of heavy snow, it’s possible that some locations could have no snow and within a 10-mile radius south or east could have a few inches on the ground.
This all will be caused by a low-pressure system tracking off just to our south and will push east throughout the day.
Travel conditions will be poor Sunday evening and Monday morning.
Snow looks to kick up for our southern counties this morning in the mid- to late-morning hours.
Travel will be at it’s worse this tonight, with visibility expecting to drop below a mile.