MADISON (WKOW) – A winter weather advisory is now in effect for southeast Wisconsin until noon Thursday.
Several inches is expected in most areas, with the heaviest accumulations southeast of Madison.
A strong area of low pressure will track well east of Wisconsin over the next 24 hours. The best chance of accumulating snow will be south and east of Madison. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for Dane county and counties extending south and east. The advisory area is expected to receive two to four inches of snow resulting in slippery roads. Be especially careful during the Thursday morning commute. Delays are likely to give yourself extra time.
The snow will wrap up in the afternoon and then it will be blustery and cold for trick-or-treaters with highs only in the mid-30s and wind chills in the 20s with winds out of the NW at 10-20 mph.
The computer models are coming into agreement which means our confidence level of snow totals is increasing. 1 to 3″ is expected in the Madison area with around an additional inch to the south and east. Stay tuned to updated forecasts!
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