MILWAUKEE – March had no intentions of going out like a lion in southeastern Wisconsin, where several counties ended the month under a Winter Weather Advisory on Thursday.
The winter weather caused several accidents and slow-downs across Wisconsin’s freeway system.
Just like the weather, road conditions vary depending on where you are this morning. Here are some views near Madison, Green Bay and Wausau. Take it slow and give snowplows room to work. Check https://t.co/uHS4LfJURf to see road conditions in your area. #wiwx pic.twitter.com/lqCjbtbh4E— Wisconsin DOT (@WisconsinDOT) March 31, 2022
The good news is that most of the snow will melt off by Saturday, with the high temperature on Friday projected to hit 44 degrees.
The bad news? A wintry mix is expected to fall again on Saturday, with a high of 41 degrees.