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Wet, heavy snow blankets Lakeshore area

5:58 PM, Jan. 27, 2013  |  Comments
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Wet, heavy snow hit the Lakeshore area Sunday afternoon and early evening, with about 3 inches of accumulation expected before the precicipation changed to rain and/or sleet, according to the National Weather Service.

There were police scanner reports of a few minor traffic accidents related to the weather, and a gas main break in the town of Two Rivers area. No injuries had been reported as of late Sunday afternoon.

The snow was part of a larger system that spread from Minnesota into southwest and central Wisconsin. The weather service said travel conditions in a large area of Wisconsin was hazardous.

The weather service said the precipitation was expected to turn to all rain after 3 a.m. today, with temperatures rising to around 35 and areas of fog developing. Rain should taper to drizzle before ending around 10 a.m., according to the weather service.

There is a 50 percent chance of rain again on Monday night and Tuesday, with temperatures moderating to about 45 during the day Tuesday. Winds of up to 21 mph could make it feel colder, according to the weather service.

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