The snow threat continues to increase for northeast Iowa and southwest & central Wisconsin late tonight into Friday. This threat has shifted slightly further north than this morning. Due to uncertainty on how much rain will mix in with the snow, there will be a wide range of potential snow amounts. While the best estimate forecast calls for 1-4 inches of snow in this band, there is a slight chance that some areas see 4-7+ inches of snow, or conversely, little to no snow. Elevation will also impact snowfall amounts. River valleys will likely see lighter totals than the ridge tops. In addition, warm road surfaces could also impact snow amounts. Any snow which falls will be heavy and wet. Bottom-line, stay turned for additional forecast updates.