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Sleet, snow and freezing rain could shift to more flurries Monday



 Western Wisconsin (WQOW)- Morning snow which transitioned to freezing rain and eventually all rain made for a slick and sloppy day on the roads Sunday.

Meteorologist LeAnn Lombardo says the rain will continue to shift north east throughout the evening hours, but as temperatures hover right around the freezing mark sleet, snow and freezing rain will still be possible, especially north of I-94.  

That same area could see a few lingering flurries into tomorrow, but we'll finally see a little more sun by Tuesday with high temperatures back in the mid 40s.




Western Wisconsin (WQOW) - Winter Weather Advisories are in Effect from 4AM until 4PM for snow, sleet, rain, and freezing rain.

Another storm system will bring the chance for a wintry mix tonight and rain on Sunday. Precipitation will move in from the west after midnight Saturday. At the onset, a mix of rain, freezing rain, snow, and sleet is possible, becoming all rain by the afternoon.

Accumulations will be, generally less than a half an inch to the south with higher amounts up to 2" to the north. The combination of this precipitation and the possibility of freezing rain will make roads and sidewalks slick on Sunday. Use caution when traveling! Otherwise, Sunday will be wet and breezy with showers continuing through the evening.

Drier air briefly moves in for Monday, with breezy winds and partly cloudy skies. Precipitation chances return mid-week with rain and snow possible Wednesday through Friday. Be sure to check the weather video for complete forecast details

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