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Snow and rain expected in southern Wisconsin

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MADISON (WKOW) - Monday was dry and quiet, with seasonal temperatures and mostly to partly sunny skies.

Overnight Monday into Tuesday, clouds will start to increase as a developing low pressure system in the Rockies strengthens and moves into the region. Precipitation chances will increase across the area.

Snow is expected to push in early Tuesday morning and it is at first expected to be a light to moderate, wet snow. It will spread through to the northeast.

Most of the region is expected to see anywhere from 2 to 3 inches or snow. Locally up to 4 inches is possible.

Timing of the snowfall will impact travel, specifically the morning commute. The type of snow will likely lead to slushy, slippery conditions.

Snow transitions to rain Tuesday afternoon and continues as scattered showers through most of Wednesday.

Dry conditions return for Thanksgiving.

High temperatures range from the low-to-mid 40s most of this week.


Bob Lindmeier

Chief meteorologist, WKOW

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