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Heaviest snow has shifted to southeast

LA CROSSE, Wis. - StormTeam 8 Meteorologist Bill Graul says the heaviest snow has shifted southeast of the News 8 viewing area.

We should still expect periods of mainly light snow this afternoon, with some pockets of moderate snow. Graul says snow should start to taper to flurries around 5 to 6 p.m.

At this point, it looks like snow totals in La Crosse will be between 7 to 9 inches.


StormTeam 8 Meteorologist Bill Graul says the heaviest snow is expected to fall from around 3 a.m. Tuesday to noon.

Graul says 2-6 inches of snow could fall Monday night, with another 3-6 inches possible Tuesday. Storm totals through Tuesday night could range anywhere from 5 inches (far East/Northeast) to 12 inches.

There could be some isolated totals a little higher than 12 inches. As for the immediate La Crosse area, Graul says we can expect about 7-12 inches of snow.

For more information on the approaching storm, stay with StormTeam 8's latest forecast. You can also follow WKBT StormTeam 8 and WKBT News8000 on Facebook.

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