Latest winter storm takes aim at Northwestern Wisconsin

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Last week, freezing rain brought some chaos to the region, with classes being cancelled at both local schools boards and over a dozen flights in and out London being either delayed or cancelled.

The wind could make the messy weather even more hazardous.

Winter storm watches are issued when multiple types of severe winter weather are expected to occur together.

The National Weather Service says parts of Seattle have received more than 10.6in (27cm) of snow so far this February - the highest amount in 70 years.

More than 120 people were rescued on Thursday from a Sierra Nevada, California, resort after being trapped by snow for five days.

Forecasters continue to closely watch a developing storm system that could dump up to a foot of snow on areas of southeastern Minnesota Monday night and Tuesday.

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Snow, freezing rain, strong winds expected in Guelph on Tuesday
Some showers also develop Sunday, but our next best chance of rain comes between Monday and Tuesday of next week. Temperatures tonight drop into the upper 20s leaving a good 10:1 snowfall ratio.

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Temperatures were in the teens or single digits.

It was 9 degrees Fahrenheit in Arlington, Washington early on Sunday.

Residents in Seattle cleared out grocery store shelves and left work early on Friday afternoon as the storm arrived.

The weather service says that was colder than the Arctic coast or North Slope of Alaska.

An expected 2 feet to 4 feet (0.6 meter to 1.21 meters) from Sunday through Wednesday in the Cascades could be welcome to skiers and snowboarders, Will Ahue, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Portland, told The Oregonian.

The National Weather Service said gusts hit 40 miles per hour (64 kph) in some areas, and authorities said residents on the islands' north shores should be prepared for coastal flooding. KIEM-TV posted photos of Clam Beach in Arcata covered in fresh powder.

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