Travelers heading home on Sunday could run into some snow, depending on where they’re driving.
Meteorologist Roy Eckberg is with the National Weather Service office in Green Bay. He says the northern line for snow could still shift, and it’s possible the Fox Valley could at least get some.
The forecast calls for snow for much of southern Wisconsin. Eckberg says right now, there’s a small chance for snow in the Appleton area, but it’s higher moving toward Manitowoc.
If the snow hits parts of northeast Wisconsin, Eckberg says it would probably start in the early to mid-afternoon, and last into the early evening.