MADISON, Wis. - Another snowstorm is expected to move through the area on Wednesday.
As of Tuesday morning, it looks like the precipitation will begin by mid-morning Wednesday and continue through the evening.
Precipitation may start as a mix of freezing rain and sleet, but will quickly change to snow.
Snow accumulations by late Wednesday night will range from 1 inch to 5 inches, with the heaviest snowfall northwest of Madison. Roads will be slippery for the afternoon commute. The storm will move through the area quickly, with dry weather expected on Thursday.
Brief periods of heavy snow are possible during the afternoon, which could make the evening commute hazardous.
There is still some uncertainty surround this storm, and the forecast may change over the next 24 hours.
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