UNDATED (WHBL) - Heavy snow and blizzard conditions are possible from tomorrow night through Thursday for the vast majority of Wisconsin, and the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch. For now at least, Eau Claire and the northwest part of the state could escape the storm, and the far southeast might get a mix of rain and snow before it turns to all snow near the end. Six to 12 inches are being predicted for all of southwest Wisconsin, Madison and most south central areas along with places east of a line from Marshfield to Antigo to Iron Mountain Michigan. And starting on Thursday, those places could get wind gusts of up to 40-miles-an-hour, creating blowing and drifting snow plus blizzard-like conditions. The National Weather Service says the exact track of the storm is still a bit uncertain. But there now appears to be a good bet that most of the state will get at least a half-foot. Far southeast Wisconsin, including the Sheboygan area, could get 4 to 6 inches, with some icy conditions possible.
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