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Winter storm warning through Wednesday afternoon

If you thought it was spring in Door and Kewaunee counties, guess again.


According to Wisconsin Public Service, more than 3800 customers in #DoorCounty were without power Tuesday night as of 8 p.m. with high winds knocking down trees and powerlines across the peninsula.


The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for most of northeastern Wisconsin and upper Michigan, including Door and Kewaunee counties. The warning stretches from 1 p.m. on Tuesday to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, bringing heavy snow and gusty winds. Total snow accumulations are expected to be between eight and twelve inches, with areas near the lakeshore potentially getting less. The heaviest snowfall is predicted to hit the area Tuesday evening. In addition to the snow, wind gusts could reach as high as 45 miles per hour. If possible, people are encouraged to delay all travel during the winter storm and to drive with extreme caution if it cannot be avoided. Storms of this magnitude are rare in Wisconsin, where the average snowfall for April ranges from four inches in Sturgeon Bay to 5.7 inches on Washington Island.  


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