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WEAU- 5 inches

All totals provided by the National Weather Service. Some of these totals are preliminary and will change.

Black River Falls- 3 inches
Blair- 3 inches
Bruce- 6.3 inches
Clayton- 6 inches
Cochrane- 3.5 inches
Colby- 4 inches
Connorsville- 4.5 inches
Durand- 5 inches
Four Corners- 1.8 inches
Galesville- 1.8 inches
Hillsboro- 0.8 inches
Holmen- 2 inches
Jim Falls- 3.2 inches
La Crosse- 1.8 inches
La Farge- 1.1 inches
Longwood- 4 inches
Lublin- 2.5 inches
Luck- 6 inches
Medford- 5.2 inches
Menomonie- 8.2 inches
Mondovi- 5 inches
Necedah- 2.1 inches
Neillsville- 4 inches
Osseo- 5 inches
Owen- 5 inches
Prescott- 9.5 inches
Rice Lake- 8.8 inches
Roberts- 6.3 inches
Sparta- 1 inch
Stoddard- 1.1 inches
Taylor- 2.1 inches
Tunnel City- 1.6 inches
Warrens- 1.5 inches
West Salem- 1.1 inches
Westboro- 3.7 inches
Westby- 1.2 inches
Whitehall- 4 inches

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WEAU 13 News and 24/7 weather (digital 13.2, cable channel 247) will continue to keep you updated on winter weather in our area.

WisDOT traffic safety officials offer the following advice for safe driving during severe winter weather:

To check on the latest winter road conditions, call 511, or view this information on the Web at Dial 911 only for emergency situations.

Make sure your gas tank is full and you have some food, warm blankets and clothing in the vehicle in case of emergency. If you have a cell phone, make sure it’s fully charged and working.

Tell others about your travel route and itinerary, so that if you don’t arrive at your destination, they can contact law enforcement officers and inform them where to look.

Keep others informed if you’re going to be late or encounter problems so they won’t worry needlessly.

It’s safer to travel with passengers and convoy with other vehicles than it is to drive alone.

Remember, the speed limit is based on clear roads and dry pavement—don’t drive too fast for conditions.

Watch for slippery spots on bridges and overpasses.

Take note of mileposts, exit numbers or crossroads in case you slide off the road or are involved in a crash so that law enforcement officers and tow truck operators can find you.

If the storm makes driving too hazardous or if your car breaks down, stay in the vehicle. Run your engine and heater for short intervals to stay warm. Be sure to crack the windows.

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