Top off the tank on the snowblower, there's yet another round of snow on the way this weekend, in what's already been a record breaking winter across Southern Wisconsin.
On the heels of a Friday in which temperatures struggled to reach the mid teens, much of Southern Wisconsin is once again bracing for a heavy snowfall. And we do mean heavy. The National Weather Service predicts a mixed bag of precipitation beginning late Saturday night, quickly changing to wet, heavy snow. Accumulations are projected to range from around 6 inches in Metropolitan Milwaukee, up to 9 inches in and around Madison, with as much as 12 inches possible in some areas. The freezing rain, sleet and snow associated with this Winter storm early on is expected to make for treacherous driving conditions. By Monday, high temperatures are expected to drop back into the teens, as the cycle of snow and cold continues.