Snow tapers off to flurries tonight, but slow and slippery travel will continue

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**WINTER STORM WARNING IS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT**

After several inches of snowfall and significant impacts to travel, our large winter storm is in its final stage. The low is now over the Great Lakes and will continue to move further away through the night and on Wednesday. A surface trough still extends from the low up into Wisconsin which has kept the snow going into early tonight but that will be moving away. Flurries will remain possible through the night, while stronger northwest winds of 10-20 mph will make blowing and drifting snow a problem into early Wednesday morning.

Here is a list of some of the recent storm snowfall totals in the area:

BLAIR: 18.8"
TOMAH: 17.6"
GRANTON: 16.0"
LUBLIN: 14.8"
SPARTA: 14.5"
HATFIELD: 14.0"
LOYAL: 14.0"
ARCADIA: 14.0"
MINDORO: 14.0"
KENDALL: 14.0"
MILLSTON: 13.5"
OAKDALE: 13.0"
ONALASKA: 13.0"
INDEPENDENCE: 13.0"
GALESVILLE: 12.2"
WINONA: 12.0"
HOLMEN: 12.0"
NELSON: 9.0"
TONY: 9.0"
LUCK: 8.0"
WEYERHAEUSER: 8.0"
EAU CLAIRE: 7.7"
COLFAX: 7.5"
CAMERON: 7.0"