Batten down hatches for storm
Lake Country remains under a blizzard warning tonight, as the rain that fell throughout the day gives way to snow. The warning is in effect until 6 p.m. Sunday, with snow accumulation expected to reach 4 to 9 inches and strong winds making conditions worse throughout the day Sunday. The National Weather Service cautions that whiteout conditions and some impassable roads are expected. Law enforcement officials suggest residents should avoid travel, if possible.
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