UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) Far northern Wisconsin continues to be skirted by a storm system that's dumping early-season snow in the northern and northeastern U-S.
Parts of Bayfield and Vilas counties had three-inches on the ground yesterday morning. Much of it melted during the day, when afternoon highs went above freezing -- but forecasters say more lake-effect snow is on the way, as north winds continue to flow from Lake Superior. The National Weather Service says far northern Wisconsin will be hit with occasional doses of the white stuff for the rest of the week, until things begin to warm up into the weekend.
Highs are expected to be in the 40-degree range the next couple days. Places near Lake Michigan could see 50 again by Saturday.