COPY-Winter storm brings more snow to southern Wisconsin
MADISON (WKOW) -- Most counties in the 27 News viewing area are under a Winter Weather Advisory through noon on Wednesday.
27 Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Bob Lindmeier says about two to three inches of snow will fall Tuesday, with about another inch on Wednesday. Total accumulations will be about three to four inches in the Madison area, with some areas receiving as much as six inches.
It will also be windy on both Tuesday and Wednesday, so watch out for areas of blowing and drifting snow. Make sure you are aware of the changing road conditions and use caution when traveling.
The National Weather Service already had reports Tuesday evening of six inches of snow near Racine and five-and-a-half inches in Twin Lakes.
A spokeswoman for Mitchell Airport told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel arrivals and departures were intermittently delayed as runways were closed for plowing snow.
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