(1/23/12) Snow, rain, and freezing rain are coming down this morning in much of Wisconsin.
Some north central areas were getting an inch of snow per hour -- and it's not expected to slow down until later this morning. Freezing rain ended late last night in the southern half of the Badger State. Driving is especially hazardous in places like La Crosse, where an inch of snow fell on top of a frozen glaze by four a-m. Parts of eastern Wisconsin received rain and freezing rain overnight -- and it's expected to change to snow later today. Two-to-four inches are predicted in western and central areas, with an inch or two in the east. Up to seven-inches are in the forecast for the far north along Lake Superior. Winter weather advisories are posted for southern and south central Wisconsin through late this morning, and in northern and central areas until 6 tonight. Also, a dense fog advisory is in effect in parts of the south until 9 this morning. A dry day is expected tomorrow, with somewhat warmer highs in the 30's later this week away from the Great Lakes.