MILWAUKEE (AP) — Some Wisconsinites are getting their first taste of wintry weather with a fresh blanket of snow on the ground.
The National Weather Service says Neenah has about 4 inches of snow early Tuesday with about 3½ inches in Green Bay and 3 inches near Madison.
A wet heavy snow fell across northeast Wisconsin overnight. Here at the NWS Green Bay office, we have officially received 3.4 inches of snow. The heavy wet snow has caused some minor damage to trees, resulting in sporadic power outages. pic.twitter.com/94I3Z9ffcQ
— NWS Green Bay (@NWSGreenBay) October 29, 2019
A winter weather advisory for portions of western, central and northeastern Wisconsin expires Tuesday morning.
The state Department of Transportation reports some slippery stretches on Interstate 94 near Madison and on some Fox Valley area highways.
Forecasters have their eyes on a developing weather system moving in for Halloween when another round of snow is expected.
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