An early spring storm could dump multiple inches of wet, heavy snow on southern Wisconsin late Friday night into Saturday morning, according to forecasters.
The exact placement of the heaviest snow band still is uncertain, but the favored area for the heaviest snow is from south-central Wisconsin through east-central Wisconsin, the National Weather Service said.
If the storm takes a more westerly track, the heavy snow band will be from southwest to central Wisconsin, while a more easterly track would bring the heavy snow through eastern Wisconsin.
The Weather Service said the main question is how impactful the snow will be with road temperatures being above freezing after a high in the upper 40s on Friday under mostly sunny skies.
In Madison, look for the snow to be mainly after 10 p.m. Friday and before 1 p.m. Saturday, with accumulation of 2 to 5 inches, the Weather Service said.