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Snow could create some travels delays Friday as it continues to move through the Badger State.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in place for several counties throughout western and central Wisconsin through Friday evening.
Those counties shaded in purple could not only see a few inches of snow, but wintry mix at times could lead to slick spots on the roadways.
Snow will continue to fill in from west to east, heading into Friday morning. Those along the WI/IL state line and along the lakefront could see more of rain and wintry mix depending on where temperatures sit.
This event will mainly impact the southern half of the state, but those in the greater Green Bay area will see some wet snow passing through during Friday morning into the afternoon.
Aside from a few lingering snow showers along the lakefront, most of the snow should clear out of Wisconsin by Friday evening.
This weather event will have the most impact on your Friday morning commute. Allow extra time and take it slow as the snow moving through southern Wisconsin could lead to reduced visibility and slippery stretches on the roadways.
Your “Weather On The 1s” team will closely monitor the radar Friday morning to see if any freezing rain forms along the state line.
By the evening commute, you shouldn’t come across many, if any, travel delays.
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