Slight accumulation is expected on Saturday

Snow is expected over northeastern Wisconsin on Saturday.

Forecasters say they are watching for a storm system that could bring light accumulations of snow to eastern Wisconsin on Saturday.

Anyone with travel plans in Eastern Wisconsin on Saturday should keep an eye on the weather forecast. There will not be much snow – maybe 2 to 3 inches in total, forecasters say, but it may be enough to have an impact on unpaved roads in the region.

The exact trace of the high-speed mowing system remained slightly uncertain Friday, but the highest amounts of snow are likely in the Green Bay and Fox Valley regions of Wisconsin, according to the National Weather Service.

“The snow will gradually spread from northwest to southeast through the morning in Green Bay, Fox Cities, northeastern Wisconsin in the late morning through most of Saturday afternoon,” said Scott Cultice, a meteorologist at the Green Bay Weather Service.

There could be an improvement to the lake in Door County, he said.

The highest amount of snow on Saturday will be well north of the Milwaukee subway area, forecasters say.

Forecasters are still fine-tuning the details of the time and place where most snow will fall.

As of Friday, the amount of snow was forecast to be lower as you head south through eastern Wisconsin.

Areas north of Milwaukee, including parts of the Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties away from Lake Michigan, may see a slight accumulation of snow, according to forecasters.

“We do not expect a whole lot in terms of accumulation,” said Taylor Patterson, a meteorologist at the Sullivan Weather Service.

Some parts of the Milwaukee subway area may not see any snow, according to a weather forecast released Friday afternoon.

“There’s still a little bit of uncertainty,” as to the exact trace of the storm, Patterson said.

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