Snow storm headed this way
Wolf River flood warning still in effect
The National Weather Service in Green Bay has issued a Winter Storm Watch for all of Waupaca County.
The watch remains in effect for Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon.
A band of light snow or a wintry mix may surge into part of central and east-central Wisconsin late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
The heaviest snowfall is expected to occur Wednesday night.
A total snow accumulation of 6-12 inches is expected from Wednesday through Thursday.
The storm could result in difficult travel across much of Wisconsin.
Some power outages will be possible Wednesday night through Thursday due to heavy wet snow and gusty northeast winds.
The National Weather Service also continues its flood warning for the Wolf River.
At 10 a.m. Tuesday, the stage level had reached 9.6 feet. The flood stage is 9 feet.
Minor flooding is occurring in Waupaca County, with up to a foot of water surrounding structures along West River Drive in Fremont.
Several inches of flood waters are beginning to cover portions of Burton Road near Pfeifer Park in New London.
Water is also approaching portions of West Wolf Avenue near New London.