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MADISON, Wis. - A quick-moving weather system will come through the area Tuesday night into Wednesday that may affect travel conditions.

There is a chance of freezing drizzle and flurries as temperatures dip just below freezing Tuesday night.

Overnight, more widespread snow showers will develop as a low pressure system moves through the area. This will produce around an inch of snow on the ground by Wednesday morning's commute.

Light snow will then continue early Wednesday and taper to flurries by the afternoon, leading to total snowfall amounts of 1-2 inches.

Temperatures will be near freezing Wednesday afternoon, which will allow the slick spots to linger through the day.

Madison Streets crews will be out overnight salting and scraping roads as the snow begins to fall.

Madison Streets and Recycling Coordinator George Dreckmann said an additional 32 trucks will join crews at midnight, and they will re-evaluate the need to add additional crews at 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Pic: Stephanie Fryer

1-2 inches of snow possible into Wednesday

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