MADISON (WKOW) -- Accumulating snow is likely across southern Wisconsin with a few spots picking up half a foot.
The winter weather advisory if in effect from 2 PM Friday until 6 PM Saturday.
Snow will begin to develop through the afternoon Friday, overspreading the region by the evening commute.
Snow looks to fall at its heaviest Friday night. The warm front ahead of the main low will try to edge its way towards the Stateline.
If that happens, we'll transition to a wintry mix early Saturday before light snow redevelops on the backside of the storm system.
The highest chance for 4+ inches of snow will be north of Madison. Due to the possibility of a wintry mix down south, snow totals will likely be a bit lower.
Snow will wrap up Saturday afternoon, but it'll become windy with gusts up to 35 mph out of the NW causing blowing and drifting snow.