UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) Far northwest Wisconsin got its heaviest snow of the season overnight. Superior had 7.5-inches by four o'clock this morning. Six inches fell at Spooner and at Mason in Bayfield County.
In west central Wisconsin, 2 inches of snow fell at La Crosse and Neillsville. That was on top of freezing rain in some places. Clark County sheriff's deputies said numerous vehicles slid into ditches during the night, because drivers couldn't see the ice under the snow. Freezing rain was reported in both Clark and Taylor counties.
More of it is possible today and tomorrow, along with rain and snow in various parts of the state. Far southern Wisconsin is supposed to get only rain. Relatively mild temperatures should continue the next couple days, with highs in the 30's-and-40's statewide and lows in the 20's-and-30's. Much colder weather is expected on Thursday once the precipitation clears out. By Saturday, highs in northwest Wisconsin might not get past five-above.