You may have to dig your shovels out again as Door County enters the week under a winter weather advisory. The area joins several other northern Wisconsin counties for the winter weather advisory, which runs until 7 p.m. The National Weather Service suggests two to five inches of snow could fall throughout the day thanks to a narrow but heavy band of snow. The accumulating snowfall could make for slippery roads throughout the area. Brown and Kewaunee counties may get only a trace of snow due to the storm. The snow will not stick around for too long, with forecasted highs in the 40s throughout the week.