GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Much of northern Wisconsin could get another coating of snow this week.
The National Weather Service says a cold front will push a new low pressure system into the Badger State Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday.
It's expected to produce widespread rain throughout Wisconsin -- but a few inches of snow are possible in the far northwest part of the state, stretching eastward at least into Vilas County. It's the same region where an early-season snow dropped up to 3.5 inches in late October. That's been long gone, however.
Meanwhile, a cold front that brought cloudy skies and light precipitation during the weekend is about to fizzle out -- but not before giving us a chance of some more scattered light showers Monday.
The Weather Service in Green Bay says rain might linger into early Monday evening, as Packer and Bear fans get ready to watch their teams play at Lambeau Field in a 7:40 kickoff.
The current weather system brought strong southerly winds to parts of Wisconsin Sunday, but the gusts diminished after leaving Minnesota.
Gusts of 46 miles an hour were recorded in Rochester Minnesota. The biggest Wisconsin gusts from that system were in at La Crosse, at 35 miles an hour.