GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Most of Wisconsin has received a fresh blanket of snow, making for an even whiter Christmas than it already was.
One-and-a-half to 4 inches of new snow fell Tuesday night and early Wednesday in the northern two-thirds of the state. It was still coming down at 5 a.m., but it was expected to leave soon after.
The final winter weather advisory expired at 5 a.m. in the Green Bay region.
Temperatures warmed up on Christmas Eve, and many places remained in the teens overnight. No place in Wisconsin reported below-zero readings.
Meanwhile, another low pressure system is expected to arrive in Wisconsin around mid-afternoon Wednesday. Up to one-and-a-half inches are possible through Christmas Night. South central areas could get the most.
A brief warm-up is expected through the end of the week. By Saturday, highs could be above freezing in the south. Arctic air could return early next week.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)