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Snow Ends, Slick Spots Remain

Noon Update:

We are drying out this afternoon with just a flake or flurry possible.

Some spots under this morning's Winter Weather Advisory picked up over 8" of snowfall. IN and around the metro 2-4" is common.
This snow on top of rainfall amounts near in inch in spots has left slushy and slippery conditions out there today. It's also cooler and chills are in the teens with highs around 30 this afternoon. Continue to give yourself extra time to reach your destinations today and tonight.

A Winter Weather Advisory runs until 10 am for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Walworth, Racine and Kenosha Counties because of the threat of snow, icy conditions, and slippery roads. Snow will continue across the area until late this morning as wet, dense snow will be the norm. This type of snow is a challenge to travel through, and with all of the water and rain that fell yesterday, this will create problems driving.

The heaviest snowfall and worst conditions will be from I-94 south. With the snowfall and poor driving conditions, there is fog around the viewing area as well.

Once the snow begins to taper off, it will take a few hours before the roads improve. Expect highways and roads to be better by the afternoon and evening commute.

The highs stays in the low 30s the next two days before gradually warming well above average for the end of the week!

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