GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Don't put those shovels away just yet.
The National Weather Service says a new band of snow will move into Wisconsin Wednesday night -- and it's supposed to stay around through Thursday and perhaps into Friday.
A low pressure system is approaching from North Dakota. Forecasters say it could bring one to one-and-a-half inches of new snow Wednesday night in parts of west central Wisconsin.
Freezing drizzle is possible in central areas, along with light snow statewide. The Weather Service did not have any advisories or watches out as of mid-morning.
Highs Wednesday are projected to be in the teens, with relatively steady temps Wednesnight.
Warmer highs in the 20's and 30's are predicted for Thursday, before the mercury drops below normal again on Friday and Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Weather Service now says Four Corners in La Crosse County picked up the most snow from Tuesday's storm -- 10.3 inches. Green Bay TV stations said parts of the northeast Wisconsin had 11 inches. Stevens Point had 10.
Wausau set a new record for the date for liquid precipitation, with 54-hundredths-of-an-inch. That translated to almost 8 inches of snow there.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)