Light rain and fog are expected this morning after at least 2.8 inches of snow fell in the Green Bay area Sunday.
A winter weather advisory is set to end at 6 a.m. in Brown, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Outagamie and Shawano counties. Snow began falling about at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Green Bay, which led to several minor accidents as motorists were faced with slippery roads and the wintry mix later turned into sleet and rain.
The weather was due to a band of moderate snow moving to the northeast, according to the National Weather Service in Ashwaubenon. The snowfall measurement of 2.8 inches was taken at 6 p.m. Sunday. At least 4 inches of snow was reported in New London and 3.8 inches was recorded in Darboy.
A high in the upper 30s is expected today, with a chance of rain after midnight.
Another bout of rain is expected in Green Bay on Tuesday, with a chance of snow Wednesday as temperatures will likely drop for the rest of the week to lows at 5 degrees or below.