NW WISCONSIN — Some counties in our coverage could see up to 20” of snow this week, according to the latest situation report from the National Weather Service (NWS).
NWS's latest expected snow totals show that Barron, Polk, and Rusk counties could see 14-20” of total accumulation over the duration of this week’s storm with the first round of snow expected to begin this afternoon through Wednesday morning, but the bulk of the snow coming in round two Wednesday night through Thursday midday.
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Burnett, Sawyer, and Washburn counties could see nearly as much with the latest NWS model showing a range between 11-17” inches.
Probability of 8”+ from Tuesday to Thursday
Probability of 12”+ from Tuesday to Thursday
Probability of 18”+ from Tuesday to Thursday
You can read more about the impending storm from NWS in their latest situation report.
How to view: To view the latest sit-report on this week's snow storm on a mobile device, you will be prompted to view/download the report. If on a desktop, the report will appear below without the need to download. Note: this is a large file.