NORTHEAST WISCONSIN (WBAY) - Drivers could experience slick and snowy roads on the way to work and school Thursday morning.
A snowy commute on Feb. 13, 2020. (WBAY)
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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation 511 website lists roads from the Fox Valley to the north as snow covered.
Roads in the southern half of the viewing area are listed as ice covered.
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FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: roads could be slippery and snowpacked this morning after overnight snow. We could also see blowing and drifting in open areas. Take it slow. #WBAYFirstAlert pic.twitter.com/jpzC2Tea0h— Kathryn Bracho (@KBrachoWBAY) February 13, 2020
Snow totals range between one-and-three inches.
Gusty winds are causing blowing and drifting.
ROAD CONDITIONS— Grand Chute Police (@GrandChutePD) February 13, 2020
PLEASE drive carefully this morning. Roads are #snow and #ice covered, creating slippery driving conditions. Take your time and increase your following distance on this morning's commute, we would hate to meet by accident. #DriveSafe | #ThursdayMorning | #wiwx pic.twitter.com/zz714WU5BZ
Arctic air and harsh wind chills also set in Thursday. Chills will be subzero throughout the day.
It's a FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY for two reasons... FIRST of all, we have slippery roads from last night's snow. Blowing & drifting possible in open country. And SECONDLY, we have nasty wind chills in the forecast through tonight. #WBAY #WBAYFirstAlert #wiwx pic.twitter.com/9lO0TwuGNf— WBAY First Alert Weather (@WBAYweather) February 13, 2020
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