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Most, if not all snow stays west of Chippewa Valley tomorrow

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From Chief Meteorologist Matt Schaefer:

Highs again were above freezing this afternoon across all of Western Wisconsin, and just like last night there's a chance for slippery spots to develop as a result of the melting snow and slush re-freezing.

Impacts once again will be limited to untreated surfaces and will likely be in the same spots unless they've since been treated.

A winter storm is approaching from the northwest. We were worried about it earlier this week, but the trend for it to impact areas west of us more than us continues.

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for parts of the eastern Dakotas down through... READ MORE

Matt was promoted to Chief Meteorologist in 2019. He started as our Saturday evening meteorologist in September of 2014 before being promoted to Evening Meteorologist in 2016. Born and raised in Sheboygan, WI, Matt loves everything about this great state, including experiencing all four seasons and deer hunting. He enjoys forecasting all types of weather and does so while cheering for all Wisconsin sports teams!