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Major winter storm expected to mostly bypass Oshkosh

6:16 PM, Mar. 4, 2013
A tow truck operator prepares to haul away a car involved in an accident on Interstate 94 in Fargo, N.D. on Monday, March 4, 2013. Overnight snow made travel treacherous across much of the upper Midwest. (AP Photo/Minnesota Public Radio,Nathanial Minor)
A tow truck operator prepares to haul away a car involved in an accident on Interstate 94 in Fargo, N.D. on Monday, March 4, 2013. Overnight snow made travel treacherous across much of the upper Midwest. (AP Photo/Minnesota Public Radio,Nathanial Minor)
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The latest winter storm to hit Wisconsin is expected to just miss Oshkosh, with the largest accumulations falling in southern Wisconsin.

The Oshkosh area is expected to receive about one inch of snow when the storm arrives Tuesday and Wednesday.

"It's going to be a close call," National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Cultice said. "You won't have to travel too far to the south to get some good accumulating snow." ...

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