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Snowfall totals downgraded

RACINE COUNTY, WI – The forecast for the winter weather expected to wallop southeast Wisconsin on Tuesday and Wednesday is being downgraded. Reports initially called for the area to be get up to 12 inches of wet and heavy snow. Monday afternoon the National Weather Service in Milwaukee, which is based in Sullivan, revised its […]