The mild temperatures we’ve had over the weekend are giving way to seasonable cold, which could be a problem to the far north.
National Weather Service meteorologist Roy Eckberd says it’ll be more than just slick, foggy roads in northern Wisconsin.
“Significant ice accumulations, from generally Tomahawk and Wausaukee on northward, where we’re looking for a quarter to a half inch of ice.
That amount of ice can bring down small trees and power lines, and Eckberd says there’s likely to be scattered power outages.
Don’t travel unless you have to in the affected areas. Check http://511wi.gov for current road conditions.