(3/31/14) Spring weather continues to blossom in southwest Wisconsin, but winter won't let go in the far northwest. Superior and Douglas County are under a winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service until ten tomorrow morning.
A quarter-inch of ice is predicted there today, before 1-to-2 inches of snow tonight and tomorrow get blown around by winds up to 40-miles-an-hour. Meanwhile, Madison and southwest Wisconsin could see highs above 60 for a second straight day in much of that region. That's 5-to-10 degrees above normal. Other parts of the Badger State could get highs in the 40's and 50's today, and rain's expected in most regions. The Weather Service says a strong low-pressure system from the west will bring today's precipitation -- including the snow-and-ice predicted for Duluth-Superior and Minnesota's North Shore along Lake Superior. Cooler weather is predicted tomorrow and Wednesday, as the low settles in. Parts of Wisconsin might not see 40 tomorrow. Lows in the teens are possible in the north by Wednesday morning.