UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) Get your shovel or snow-blower ready. Almost all of Wisconsin is supposed to get a least a couple inches today, thanks to a "Canadian Clipper" system moving into the Badger State from southern Minnesota.
The Fox Valley and east central Wisconsin is projected to get the most snow -- 5-to-8 inches in almost blizzard-like conditions, with winds of up to 35-miles-an-hour. The National Weather Service says the winds will cause reduced visibilities as the fluffy snow blows around. Winter storm warnings are in effect from this morning until midnight for Washington, Ozaukee, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Calumet, Winnebago, Outagamie, Brown, Kewaunee, and Door counties.
The Wausau area will get 4-7 inches with Marathon County and areas south under a winter storm warning until midnight. The Northwoods is under a winter weather advisory with 2-3 inches possible for Merrill, Tomahawk and Rhinelander.
Two-to-five inches are predicted in the rest of Wisconsin, where winter weather advisories are posted for much of the day, ending anywhere from mid-afternoon through late tonight. It's supposed to get colder once the snow leaves.
Tomorrow's highs will be in the teens before getting back up to the 30's on Thursday -- when it's supposed to snow again.