GREEN BAY, Wis. (WHBL) - Power has been restored in northern Wisconsin, where over 32-hundred customers were left in the dark by heavy, wet snow during the weekend. Wisconsin Public Service reported no outages as of 3:45 this morning. Most of the weekend power interruptions were in the Tomahawk, Rhinelander, and Wabeno areas. Winchester in Vilas County had the most snow, with seven inches. Medford had nearly seven inches. Mondovi in Buffalo County and Alvin in Forest County had just over five-and-a-half. Lesser amounts fell in western and north central Wisconsin. More light snow is expected today in western and southern Wisconsin, plus the Lake Superior Snow Belt. Highs will be in the 20's-and-30's.
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