SULLIVAN, WI (WTAQ) - A winter weather advisory is in effect for a large portion of the entire state until 6 a.m. Monday.
FOX 11 reports flurries and some light snow will start Sunday morning, but the bulk of the accumulation will be Sunday late afternoon and evening.
Most areas will see 3-5" of snow including Green Bay and the Fox Cities. The far north woods will see around 3".
The Lakeshore will see a bit more with 4-7" possible.
If you're heading to the Packers game at kickoff temperatures will be near 15 degrees. Flurries and light snow is possible during the game so roads will be slick for your ride home.
Snow will taper off to flurries overnight with a low of 15.
The National Weather Service in Sullivan says about 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected for the southern part of the state.
A meteorologist with NWS says blowing, drifting snow will make for hazardous road conditions and low visibility.
A major snow storm system is moving from northern Missouri and southeast Nebraska, through Iowa and into Wisconsin.
(Story courtesy of FOX 11 and Wheeler News Service)