A winter storm – although it’s technically Spring – will bring more than a foot of snow to parts of Wisconsin by Wednesday morning. National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart in Duluth, said a large portion of northern and central Wisconsin will see significant snowfall amounts. “We’re looking at 12 to 16 inches of snow,” said Stewert. “The snow will continue through about midday Wednesday when it will finally taper off.” Heaviest snowfall amounts are projected in northwestern Wisconsin communities including Spooner, Rice Lake, Ladysmith, Rhinelander and Phillips. “It’s a good strong early Spring storm,” said Stewart. The storm will produce wet heavy snow, which combined with the strong winds could mean power outages throughout the area along with difficult travel conditions.
You are here: / / Spring storm packing a wallop