Snow slams Northwest again and even Hawaii gets some

A multi-vehicle crash involving autos and semi-trucks shuts down Interstate 94 Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019 between Osseo and Foster in Wisconsin. The series of accidents closed the highway in both directions and caused a several-mile backup as traffic was detoured on U.S. Hwy. 53. (Steve Kinderman/The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram via AP)

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Another winter storm is making its way to Wisconsin.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of the state beginning tonight through Tuesday night. Forecasters expect 6 to 9 inches of snow with gusty winds up to 30 mph with the heaviest amount of snow from south central to central Wisconsin.

Snow on Sunday afternoon caused a 40-vehicle pileup on Interstate 94 in Eau Claire County, shutting down the road in both directions for about five hours. The Wisconsin State Patrol says seven people were hurt when seven semis and 33 cars piled up near Osseo.

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