Snow coming back to Wisconsin Monday
Winter weather advisory for areas outside Madison
MADISON, Wis. — More snow is coming back to Wisconsin Monday, as a clipper system will bring a couple inches of snow to most of the state.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the northern two-thirds of the state starting at noon Monday.
WISC-TV meteorologist Haddie McLean said the storm may start as freezing rain before dropping an inch or two of snow on the Madison area. However, snow totals of 3 to 5 inches may fall north and east of Madison.
The storm is expected to arrive after noon Monday, which may cause problems for drivers for the afternoon commute.
The City of Madison will have 32 crews out throughout the snow event. City officials are expecting a challenging evening commute.
” Also note that since crews will be working on the salt routes, which are the critical transportation arteries of Madison, residential areas may become slippery,” a statement from the city said.
Colder temperatures are expected to come to Madison later in the week. McLean said expect temperatures below normal for Thursday and Friday.
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