Winter weather returns to southern Wisconsin
SULLIVAN--Light snow will continue to fall across the area through the early morning. Additional snowfall will remain light and up to 1 inch through the morning, according to a National Weather Service special statement issued early Tuesday morning.
Blustery west winds pulled cold air into southern Wisconsin overnight. Temperatures have tumbled to between 10 and 20 degrees in most areas and will continue to fall to between 5 and 15 degrees this morning before leveling out. Wind chills will fall to between 5 and 15 degrees below zero this morning.
The cold temperatures and snowfall will result in slippery conditions on remaining untreated roads and walks. In addition, the wet snow and rain that fell Monday has become a slushy, partially frozen mess.
Be prepared for difficult travel conditions early this morning on untreated and unplowed roads.