Snow forecast Sunday evening in Wisconsin; forecast weather forecast

Too late for Christmas, a winter storm sweeps across the Plains States just in time to worry Monday morning commuters.

At noon Sunday, the National Weather Service said central and northeastern Wisconsin could receive a few hours of medium to heavy snow overnight Sunday, with lighter things expected further south.

Snow totals in central and northeastern Wisconsin were expected to be between 2 and 4 inches, while less than 2 inches was expected further south.

In the central and northeastern state, snow could be followed by freezing drizzle Monday morning, the weather service said. Winds in these areas could be blowing up to 35 mph.

A weather advisory is expected to go into effect at midnight, urging caution to commuters.

East-central and southeastern Wisconsin could see a mixture of snow, rain, sleet and freezing rain and drizzle, the weather service said. There may also be dense fog in some areas which persists until Monday.

Those who live north of Interstate 94 could see 1 to 2 inches of slush before it turns to rain, the Weather Service said. South of the highway, snow should be light.

More snow is expected in the state on Tuesday, starting in the afternoon and accumulating overnight.

Contact Matt Piper at (920) 810-7164 or [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter at @matthew_piper.

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