MADISON, Wis. - Commuters shouldn’t have a big problem getting to work Wednesday, but getting home could be another story entirely.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for all of Southern Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon, and we could see another round of rain, freezing rain and snow.
“Icy conditions are possible for the evening commute,” said WISC-TV meteorologist Haddie McLean. “Rain/freezing rain/snow will develop this afternoon. Any mix will change to snow tonight and end Thursday morning.”
Once all the precipitation turns to snow, accumulation should not be significant. Madison is expecting to get around an inch of snow before the storm passes through.
The weather is expected to turn colder and quieter for a few days following Wednesday’s storm.
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- Flooding, fog, ice to affect drivers Tuesday morning
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