With another round of winter storms expected to hit the state, Wisconsin Emergency Management has activated the State Emergency Operations Center. Officials says the EOC is currently monitoring the weather situation as it unfolds.
The National Weather Service says southeastern portions of Wisconsin remain under a Winter Weather Warning until 6am Friday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory is also in effect for the East Central and South West regions of the state. Counties in the Lake Superior snow belt are under a Lake Effect Snow Warning.
NWS meteorologist Rusty Kapella says southeastern Wisconsin counties can expect between eight and 10 inches of snow before the storm ends tonight. Counties further north could get up to eight inches of snow, with the farthest north portions of the state expected to receive between five and six inches. The Lake Superior Snow Belt could receive up to 10 inches of snow.