Weather-weary north may get up to 16 inches; Motor-trolling may become legal statewide, more state news
Folks in far northern Wisconsin are bracing for up to 16 inches of snow in a late winter storm that's just getting started Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued warnings and watches that stretch until 10 a.m., Thursday. The most snow could fall along a line from Ashland to Minong. All of northern Wisconsin can expect winds gusting to 30- to 40 miles an hour once the storm gets rolling.