GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Folks in central and southern Wisconsin are seeing their first real snow of the season Monday -- while up north, it's old hat.
Gile in Iron County already had two inches on the ground before another two-and-a-half came down by 9:45 a.m. Upson in Iron County picked up 2 inches. That's part of the Lake Superior Snow Belt, which has had light snow on and off for a couple weeks.
Central and southern areas may have had some flurries -- but many places have not seen their grass covered with snow until Monday morning.
It's hardly enough to bring out the snowblowers just yet -- most parts of the state expect no more than an inch. A couple inches were predicted for northern areas.
Mother Nature will keep blowing much of it away. Wind gusts were as high as 29 miles an hour at Sturgeon Bay at 10 a.m.
The National Weather Service warned boaters of strong shifting winds on Lake Michigan from Sheboygan to a few miles past the Wisconsin-Illinois line.
Most parts of the state can expect highs in the 20's Monday and Tuesday. A slight warming trend is due in Wednesday, with highs possibly reaching the upper 30's.