More snow to affect morning commutes in southern Wisconsin
MADISON, Wis. — For the third time in a little more than a week, significant snowfall is expected to affect the morning commute.
Snow totals will vary based on location, with more snow falling to the north of Madison, but a total of 1 to 6 inches of snow is expected before it stops falling by the end of the day.
Snow started falling overnight and is already covering some Madison area roads as of 5 a.m. Conditions are expected to stay slippery as more cars head out onto the roads for the morning commute.
A look at University Ave this morning: About an inch on the road right now. Remember, 4x the number of accidents happen in 1-2 inches of snow than when there’s 2-6. #News3NowThisMorning @WISCTV_News3 pic.twitter.com/jRMejP3IbP
— Christina Lorey (@ChristinaLorey) November 6, 2019
After Wednesday’s snow, temperatures will plummet on Thursday and Friday, with high temperatures only in the upper 20s.
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