GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - A system moving into northeast Wisconsin is bringing freezing rain, which will lead to some slick roads Sunday.
Parts of the region are under a Freezing Rain Advisory Sunday, while others are under a Winter Weather Advisory.
FOX 11 reports snow and freezing rain will move from Southeastern Wisconsin and push into NE Wisconsin this morning. Any liquid precipitation hitting the cold pavement will freeze creating black ice and potentially hazardous driving conditions.
By afternoon areas from Appleton south will turn to all rain. Rain amounts could be heavy from .20" to .40". Localized street flooding could be a problem.
During the afternoon Freezing rain and snow will continue to plague areas from Green Bay north to the U.P. border. Roads will be icy making travel difficult.
Colder air moves in overnight Sunday into early Monday morning changing all precipitation back to snow. Snow amounts in Langlade, Forest, and Florence counties could reach 1"-2".
Snow showers will continue on Monday with areas from Green Bay south seeing 1". North of Green Bay could see 2-4"