...HIGHER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS FURTHER TO THE SOUTHEAST...
.A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for areas east of a
line from New Ulm to Cambridge in Minnesota, and over all of west
central Wisconsin. This advisory expires at noon for the Twin
Cities Metro area, and areas to the north. The Winter Weather
Advisory remains in effect through the rest of the afternoon for
areas south of a line from New Ulm, to Red Wing Minnesota, and
south of Rice Lake to Ladysmith, Wisconsin.
A brief period of freezing drizzle is still possible along the
Iowa border through the early morning. For the remainder of the
advisory area, periods of light snow are expected today, with the
precipitation ending in portions of southwest, and east central
Minnesota before noon. The light snow will gradually end from New
Ulm, to Faribault in Minnesota, and from Prescott to Ladysmith in
Wisconsin, by late afternoon.
Another band of light snow is expected later this afternoon, and
through the evening across far southern Minnesota, and into
portions of west central Wisconsin.
As the system ends overnight, snowfall amounts will range from 1
to 3 inches from New Ulm to the Twin Cities, and Rice Lake
Wisconsin. Further to the south, amounts will range from 3 to 5
inches from Albert Lea, to Red Wing and Eau Claire Wisconsin.
Winds will increase this evening to around 20 to 25 mph which
could cause some blowing and drifting snow as well.
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST TODAY...
* WHAT...Light Snow. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches.
* WHERE...Portions of west central Wisconsin and central, east
* WHEN...Until noon CST today.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on slippery road conditions. The
hazardous conditions could impact the Tuesday morning and
A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Expect slippery
roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.
The latest road conditions for Minnesota can be found at
511mn.org and for Wisconsin at 511wi.gov, or by calling 5 1 1 in