MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - For the third week in a row, a major snowstorm is brewing to the west of us, and it’s heading right toward Wisconsin.
The La Crosse area is expecting around an inch during the day Monday – but the heaviest stuff is due in Monday night and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service now says the south, west, and northwest parts of the state could get hit the hardest.
9 to 12 inches could be on the ground by Tuesday night in places like Dodgeville and Baraboo. The Madison and Milwaukee regions expect 6-10 inches.
Eau Claire could get up to 10 inches – but places to the east of there could be spared.
Central Wisconsin only expects 2 to 5 inches, and eastern areas could get in the 3-7 inch range.
Forecasters say the winds will also pick up to around 25 miles an hour – and drifting snow is possible Tuesday and into Wednesday.