Snow Showers Bring Heavy Flurries to Northern Wisconsin

Snow showers combined with below-freezing temperatures were forecast to create hazardous road conditions across northern Wisconsin on Sunday, November 21, the National Weather Service said.

Footage filmed by Jim Ingman shows heavy snow flurries in Tomahawk, he said. “Went from 37 degrees partly cloudy to 32 and snow storm in minutes,” Ingman tweeted. “Weather is amazing.”

Snowfall was expected to move east and reduce visibility into the afternoon, according to the NWS. Credit: Jim Ingman via Storyful

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