March snow event will bring accumulation to the state on Monday. The low pressure system will weaken in the process dropping lesser amts in WI as it passes through. Still will be a notable weather maker to start the week.
1-3" for the southern two-thirds of Wisconsin. Cannot rule out locally higher amounts. Highest accums will be in southwest WI...possibly closing in on 6". The heaviest snows in the region will fall in northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota with 6-9"+.
Question is how far east can the heaviest band get? I'm skeptical of the EC cutting off the eastward extent at the Mississippi River and maybe too conservative? I feel the GFS looks more realistic - at least along the Mississippi. Meanwhile NAM appears too aggressive in Central WI (and in general).