Light snow has tapered off across north central Wisconsin.
Newsline 9 meteorologists say the heaviest snowfall fell in a line from Marshfield to Wausau to Rhinelander with about one to four inches.
Law enforcement across the area reported dealing with several slide-ins and crashes, but nothing major.
Highway crews are warning drivers to slow down and be careful as roads could be slushy and slippery in areas. You can check the latest road conditions on the Wisconsin DOT website, http://511wi.gov/Web/map.aspx?region=northcentral
Thursday should be cloudy and cool with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Another blob of snow should move up into our area from the southwest by late afternoon or evening. It may start for a few hours as a mix of snow and rain. Otherwise this could again deposit an inch or possibly two inches on the region Thursday night.
That batch of snow should end early Friday morning followed by partial clearing Friday afternoon with highs around 30.