Snow will continue to fall in a swath over the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Wisconsin leaving heavy wet accumulation locally. Greatest impact will hit the Upper Peninsula of Michigan westward from Marquette, where highest additional accumulation will reach at least half a foot by Tuesday night. In all, snowfall over uplands of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan into north-central Wisconsin will get snowfall that could top 1 foot.

Farther south, wet snowfall will reach a few inches on grass in areas including Green Bay, Wis., with small accumulation into Madison and Milwaukee.

Accumulation here will happen mostly between Monday evening and late morning on Tuesday. Wet snow will fall along with rain southward into Chicagoland and eastward into the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.

Story by Senior Meteorologist Jim Andrews.