GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Much of northern and western Wisconsin have slick driving conditions, after another healthy dose of snow fell on top of frozen rain.
Whitehall had 7 inches of snow Sunday night and Monday morning. Rhinelander picked up five-and-a-half inches. Menomonie, Eau Claire, La Crosse, and Wausau all had close to 4 inches.
It rained for most of the weekend in many parts of Wisconsin.
Madison picked up just under an inch Sunday, breaking the old record for the date of two-thirds-of-an-inch set in 1986. Dense fog is a problem in southeast Wisconsin Monday morning.
A low pressure system is expected to drag mixed precipitation across Wisconsin Monday.
Drier air will move into the state Monday night and Tuesday, with near normal temperatures expected all week.
Highs are expected to be in the 30 degree range each day, and close to 40 on Friday. Lows will range from the single-digits to around 20.