GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - It was still snowing at noon in most of northern and central Wisconsin – and some places got more than what was predicted.
Taylor County had the most. 5.2 inches fell near Medford. Three Lakes in Oneida County had over 4.5 inches. Marinette and Tigerton had 3.5. Other places in the region had between a half-inch and 3 inches as of mid-morning.
It also snowed close to Lake Michigan.
Milwaukee County had 15 crashes during a morning hour in which traffic went slower than normal. Several people had minor injuries. The snow is expected to leave Friday afternoon, and another blast of Arctic air is due in.
Friday night’s lows are supposed to range from 12-below in the far-north to 7-above in the south. A warming trend is expected from Saturday night into early next week. Some parts of Wisconsin could get sleet on Sunday, as the mercury returns to near the freezing mark.