Get some south in your mouth!
A winter storm moving across the Upper Midwest has dumped up to nearly 10 inches of snow in the La Crosse area.
People getting ready for work in southern Wisconsin should plan to bring an umbrella, as a heavy line of thunderstorms has hit southern Wisconsin.
Wisconsin residents can expect the hottest weather in nine months on Friday as a warm front sends heat indexes in town to the middle and upper 90s.
Southern Wisconsin residents will need to deal with high winds Wednesday, which have the power to cause tree damage and power outages across the area, according to the National Weather Service.
Southern Wisconsin residents ready to enjoy the warmest weather of the year Friday will also have to cope with some high winds that could cause some problems driving.
After a warm and humid weekend, a change to below-average temperatures will arrive by Monday of next week, and there are signs that the cool spell will linger for a while.
Reports of water pooling on roadways and storm drains briefly overflowing are due to storms had cleared up in the Madison area by noon Sunday.
The Wisconsin Claims Board has decided a railroad company doesn't deserve any money for work it performed on a high-speed rail line before Gov. Scott Walker killed the project.
The Green Bay Packers hope two pash rushers from USC are better than one, as they drafted Southern Cal's Nick Perry in the NFL draft Thursday to help fellow USC alum Clay Matthews go after the quarterback.
A dense fog advisory is in effect for most of southern Wisconsin on Thursday morning. Visibilities are less than 1/4 mile in many locations.
Madison street crews were salting major routes again on Friday morning following the first major snowstorm to hit the city in the new year.
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