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UPDATE: Winter Weather Advisory remains Sunday afternoon for some counties

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UPDATE (WKOW) --  The winter weather advisory that had been in effect until noon Sunday has now been extended to 3:00 p.m. for some areas. 

The affected counties are:

Jefferson, WI

Rock, WI

Walworth, WI

Gusty north to northwest winds will bring some blowing and drifting snow, which may reduce visibility values. Wind chills of 10 below to 22 below zero are possible later Sunday night into Monday morning. A Wind Chill Advisory may be called to be in effect for parts  of the area. One to three inches of snow will likely be in store for far southern Wisconsin Monday afternoon and evening. This will impact the evening commute Monday.

Another low pressure system may bring a round of accumulating snow Thursday night into Friday.


MADISON (WKOW)  -- A winter weather advisory is in effect until 12:00 noon Sunday. 

Channel 27 Meteorologist Max Tsaparis says the snow will pick up Saturday evening and early overnight before getting on the back side of the system where we'll see the snow lighten through Sunday morning.

The generally widespread snow totals will be 3-5"  with up to 6" farther east and northeast, while extreme west and southwestern parts of the state will see less  snow...likely around 1-3". By the afternoon, some sun returns with falling temps.

A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.   

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