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UPDATE: Plows work on snowy roads overnight, but prepare for messy Tuesday commute

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UPDATE (WKOW) -- Many highway crews have been out overnight working to clear the roads of fresh snow Monday.

The Tuesday morning commute may be a little messy. According to 511 Wisconsin, all major highways are either snow-covered or slippery as of 5:15 a.m. Click here for updates.

The side roads are also being worked on, but many still have snow on them.

Green, Columbia and Grant County plows and trucks were on the roads as of 4:00 a.m. Tuesday. Lafayette County crews will start at 6:00 a.m. Dane, Rock and Sauk County highway crews were out overnight and into the morning.

Tune into Wake Up Wisconsin for live road updates.

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UPDATE (WKOW) -- Following Monday's snow, it's going to be cold on Tuesday.

Wind chills are expected to be around 10 to 15 below zero early Tuesday morning. The sun will show up Tuesday, but it won't warm us up too much. The high is expected to be around 14.

We could also get a little more snow (about a dusting) late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. 

That'll add to the snow we received Monday. Here are a few totals from around our area:

  • Beloit: 3''
  • Prairie du Chien: 2.5''
  • Janesville: 1.8''
  • Madison: 1.2''
  • Sullivan: 1.1''

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MADISON (WKOW) -- The week starts out with very cold temperatures and we'll have several more chances for snowfall.

Monday morning will be very cold with temperatures below zero and wind chills as cold as 15 below zero. 27 Storm Track meteorologists says temperatures in the afternoon only rebound to the teens. 

There is snow expected Monday and a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for many southern Wisconsin counties, including Dane, Rock, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland, Grant, Walworth, Jefferson, Dodge, Crawford and Sauk.

Snow totals will be higher closer to the Illinois state line: 1-2 inches north, 2-3 inches central and 3-4 south. Snow will start in the early afternoon and be out of the area in the late evening.

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