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Significant snow could impact roads Sunday

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A winter storm watch has been issued for Sunday morning through Monday, November 5. According to the National Weather Service, Cook County could see snow totals of 6 inches or more.

Duluth Meteorologist Dean Melde says the storm will likely occur over northern Wisconsin first with an estimated 2 to 5 inches, then move north along the north shore leaving 1 to 4 inches, with higher amounts over eastern Cook County. The worst conditions will likely be late Sunday afternoon and evening.

High winds may accompany the storm with gusts of 30 to 40 mph near Lake Superior.

Motorists are advised to expect slippery road conditions. Be sure to clear snow and ice from windows and lights. Brake early, leaving twice the normal amount of room for stopping. Don’t use cruise control in wintry conditions.