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Slushy, icy conditions and light snow expected Monday into Tuesday

Fog envelops our crew as they return to the Green Bay area. (courtesy of FOX 11's Emily Deem)
Fog envelops our crew as they return to the Green Bay area. (courtesy of FOX 11's Emily Deem)

GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Get ready for more slush and ice.

The National Weather Service says a low-pressure system from the west will move into central Wisconsin Monday. And that will bring some more rain and freezing rain to most parts of the Badger State before it changes to all snow Monday night.

Forecasters say very light snow accumulations are expected in most of Wisconsin. But the far north could 3 to 7 more inches of lake-effect snow from Lake Superior by Tuesday night.

The Weather Service has issued winter weather advisories from 6 p.m. Monday until 6 p.m. Tuesday in Vilas County, and until 10 p.m. Tuesday in Iron, Ashland, and Bayfield counties.

It was mild early this morning, with temperatures in the 20’s and 30’s in most of Wisconsin. But it’s supposed to get colder after the low-pressure system goes through.

The forecast calls for highs in the teens statewide Tuesday and Wednesday.

Another storm system is due in on Thursday, with the possibility of several more inches of snow before it clears out on Friday.