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MEQUON, Wis. (CBS 58) --It's almost been like a snow drought in December with only a half inch of snowfall all month. But today, winter came back to us. At least several inches of snow are expected into the overnight, especially along and north of I-94. These conditions were a far cry from the 56 degree temperature we had Sunday in Milwaukee.
It didn't take much for the roads to get snow covered as temperatures fell and the winds increased. And even though the snow will stop by the morning commute on Tuesday, there will be numerous slick spots to watch out for, especially on bridges and overpasses and on and off ramps. Putting salt down is another good piece of advice in order to prevent slick spots around your home.
And then, another warmup is coming our way as we start a new year.