The snow will taper off through the evening, and eventually come to an end overnight. When all is said and done, much of the area will pick up 8-14+''.
We'll gradually see clearing skies tomorrow, and wind speeds will die down. It will be a good day to get outside and shovel away all the snow from today. Highs will be in the low to mid 20s.
Another chance of snow will arrive on Thursday afternoon, but accumulation will be very minor. Lake enhanced snow in the far north could produce a few inches, but most parts of north central WI will see less than an inch.
Temperatures will be in the upper teens on Friday, and in the low 20s for the weekend. The next storm system to keep our eyes on will arrive on Sunday.