TRACKING: Rain and freezing rain today and tomorrow

A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of freezing rain will cause travel difficulties.

Colder air crashes in by Tuesday night with overnight lows dropping into the mid-20s. Flood waters may prompt brief road closures.

Police officials said motorists are urged to go slow and use extreme caution.

Mixed wintry precipitation is expected over southern and eastern Minnesota into western Wisconsin early Monday morning through Tuesday with accumulating snow for western into central Minnesota Monday night into Tuesday. This could cause some slick spots on bridges and overpasses for the commute Wednesday morning. Mostly cloudy with a high near 32.

We'll see partly sunny skies on Wednesday as we will stay in the 30s before climbing into the 40s on Thursday.

The Weather Service said the chances for rain are 100 percent Monday, 90 percent Monday night and Tuesday, and 30 percent Tuesday night, with possible rain totals of a quarter- to half-inch Monday and again Tuesday, and some freezing rain possible mixing in Monday night. There is a chance for some light snow late Wednesday into Thursday as well. Here's a look at the rain forecast for the next week. Both days will feature wall-to-wall sunshine and highs approaching 55°!

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