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More Snow Coming After Snowstorm Blankets Southern Wisconsin

NWS Predicting Slippery Roads, Up To 4 More Inches Of Snow

Morry Gash/AP Photo

The National Weather Service says snowy conditions are expected to continue in southeastern Wisconsin.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that most of the Milwaukee area was blanketed in 3 to 5 inches by Sunday. Accumulations vary from 3 to 8 inches in the region, with more snow near Lake Michigan, in east-central Wisconsin and in the Sheboygan area.

The weather service is also warning people to prepare for snow Monday. It’s predicting between 1 and 4 inches in the southern half of the state, with the most snowfall happening during the afternoon and evening, and along the Wisconsin-Illinois border.

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Winter weather advisories have been issued for Monday afternoon and evening.

Once the snow stops, stay bundled up.

According to the weather service, very cold temperatures began Sunday night and will last throughout the week. Most days this week, expect high temperatures in the Milwaukee area below 25 degrees and lows in the single digits overnight. Wind chills from 10 to 22 below are expected into Monday morning.

Across southern Wisconsin, there were numerous reports of crashes on local roads and temporary freeway closures.