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Weather alerts active for parts of Wisconsin

Several weather alerts as issued by the National Weather Service will be active on Sunday.

A winter weather advisory is scheduled to run for Menominee, Oconto, Shawano, Marinette, Jackson, Monroe and Waupaca Counties until 6 p.m. Sunday.

The NWS has canceled the winter weather advisory that had previously been active for Wood and Portage Counties earlier Sunday.

A winter storm warning will be remain active for Brown, Outagamie, Kewaunee, Winnebago, Calumet and Manitowoc Counties until 6 p.m. Sunday.

The NWS has canceled the winter storm warning that had previously been active for Adams, Juneau and Waushara Counties earlier Sunday.

The system is expected to bring most of it's accumulating snow through Sunday afternoon, providing the greatest snowfall totals in eastern, southern and southeast Wisconsin.

Preliminary snowfall totals as of 11:50 a.m. Sunday place 4.1" at Appleton, 3.4" at Weyauwega, 4" at Sturgeon Bay, 2.8" at Scandinavia, 4" at Green Bay, 1.3" at Wausau, 3.3" at Ashwaubenon, 4.5" near Big Flats, 6" at Princeton, 4.8" at Berlin, 7" at Manitowoc and 7.3" at Horicon. 

These snowfall totals are preliminary and subject to change as the snow in areas of Wisconsin continues to fall.

The snow expected to impact Wisconsin on Sunday is part of a large system tracking roughly along the Ohio River Valley. The system has sparked severe weather, including several tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings in the lower Great Lakes and southeastern United States.

Bouts of heavy rain were noted on Saturday in Ohio and Indiana, prompting the National Weather Service to issue flash flood warnings across most of southwestern Ohio through Sunday morning.

As the system tracks into New England, it is expected to provide widespread spells of freezing rain.

As of Sunday morning, large portions of upstate New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine will be under ice storm warnings, freezing rain advisories and winter storm warnings.

To see the latest forecast, follow this link.

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