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After last week's rains brought some 5 inches of rain and flooding to some areas, another 2.5 to 3.5 inches is expected Wednesday to Friday.
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Forecasters are expecting as much as 3 inches of rain over the next few days, and concerns for flooding rise as the rain falls.
The Neighborhood Files
It's hard to bust a drought, and even tougher to do it in winter. However, the third-wettest "dry season" put the dusty summer of 2012 to rest.
There are signs of spring — really! — and one is the coming of Daylight Saving, but when exactly do we spring forward?
A third storm in as many weeks is proving to be difficult to forecast, and has been downgraded from a Winter Storm Warning to a Winter Weather Advisory in some parts; find out if your community will have less to shovel
Police & Fire
Muskego police pulled over an Oak Creek woman after a night of drinking what she claimed was no more than an ounce of liquor.
Winter Storm Rocky wasn't expected to pack much of a punch in southeastern Wisconsin, but intensity of major system has upgraded initial advisory to a Winter Storm Warning for lakeside counties.
While we dodge a blizzard from 'Winter Storm Q', the timing of the latest snowfall will likely create a mess for the Friday morning commute
A powerful storm system that will start impacting the area with a mixed bag of sleet and freezing rain will give way to heavy snow on Thursday
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