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Rain changes to snow from Waterloo to Prairie du Chien

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Rain this afternoon will change to light snow this evening in some locations.

Areas along and north of a line from Waterloo to Prairie du Chien will see rain change to snow with accumulation around 1 or 2 inches.

South of this line will be just rain.

Precipitation will taper off around 2 or 3 a.m.

A spotty shower is possible Wednesday, then sunshine returns Thursday.

Storm Track 7 Chief Meteorologist Mark Schnackenberg

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