The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for much of the Chippewa Valley, mainly for the threat of heavy snow rates and a small chance for freezing drizzle.
Typically, snow totals of 3 to 6 inches are required for the issuance of an Advisory, but this system will struggle to bring more than an inch. The Stormtracker 18's forecast calls for just a trace to two inches.
Visibility will drop fast once snow starts. Snow will be likely with possible mixing with sleet or freezing rain. Snow accumulations up to several inches and a glaze of ice are possible. Snowfall, rates could approach 1" per hour on Monday afternoon.
Prepare for slippery roads and possible travel impacts to both commutes Monday.
Stay with the Stormtracker 18 Weather Team for the latest updates.