Friday 12:20 p.m. Update

Road conditions are still very slippery all throughout Wisconsin, with visibility continuing to decrease rapidly throughout the afternoon.

As the wind continues, white-out and blizzard-like conditions will continue to worsen.

Friday 10:13 a.m. Update

‘Feels like’ temperatures in northeast Wisconsin are in the -30s. The wind is blowing to the east and on average is around the 25 mph mark.

Friday 7:50 a.m. Update

Road conditions across the state continue to be described as slippery.

Gusts today will reach up to 40-50 mph. This will lead to widespread blowing/drifting snow and will create whiteout/blizzard-like conditions. Visibility will remain very reduced today, making it hard to see on the roads, and travel is likely impossible today.

Thursday 10:00 p.m. Update

In addition to blowing and drifting snow — wind chills will range in the -30 to -40 range.

Thursday 8:00 p.m. Update

Forecast winds gust Friday morning will top 40 mph! This will cause blowing and drifting snow. If you do not have to travel Friday, don’t.

Thursday 7:00 p.m. Update

Preliminary snow totals from social media and observers:

  • Green Bay 4.3″
  • Black Creek 4.5″
  • Tigerton 3.0″
  • Fond du Lac 5.5″
  • Kellnersville 6.0″
  • Two Rivers 4.0″
  • Winneconne 5.5″
  • Brillion 4.0″
  • Neenah 4.5″
  • Crivitz 3.5″
  • Peshtigo 5.5″
  • Sobieski 7.0″
  • Crandon 5.0″”
  • Sheboygan Falls 5.0″
  • Kiel 5.0″
  • Stiles 5.5″

Thursday 5:00 p.m. Update

A strong storm system will continue to impact the state of Wisconsin Thursday night and Friday. Light snow will favor eastern locations of the state through the night as winds increase with gusts to 40 mph leading to blowing and drifting snow.

A Winter Storm Warning continues for the entire area until Saturday morning.