Winter storm coming to an end

The winter storm that has plagued parts of southeastern Wisconsin is coming to an end. The hardest hit areas continue to be in the southern tier of the viewing area where 8”-12” will be likely when all said and done. This is a line from southeast Rock county through parts of Walworth, Racine, and Kenosha. Oddly enough a chunk of the region did not get any snowfall; understand that there will be a very sharp cutoff to who saw heavy snow and those that saw nothing.

The system will wrap up by this morning, however, the snow will blow around a gusty north wind that could be as strong as 45 mph, especially near the lake. Expect very slippery conditions this morning south of 94 and 43, as well as whiteout conditions and snow-covered roads.

Once the snow ends, we turn our attention to the cooler air. The highs will stay in the 20s early this week.

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