(WLUK) – We are on Storm Watch like our Next WeatherMaker should accumulate snow all over northeastern Wisconsin on Wednesday.
The snow begins early Wednesday morning in the southern counties and has covered the area before noon.
The snow continues in the early evening.
Most places see an accumulation of 3 to 5 inches by the time the snow closes on Wednesday night.
Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for all of northeastern Wisconsin from 9 am to 9 pm Wednesday.
Violent winds could cause blowing snow and sometimes reduce visibility.
The areas north and west of the Fox Valley can be found with higher amounts than the rest of the population.
The high reaches 31 degrees.
The storm has disappeared since Thursday, leaving behind a partly cloudy sky and peaks in the next thirty years.
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