While southeast Wisconsin saw a few flakes Monday, central Wisconsin could see a shovel-worthy winter storm Tuesday.

Forecasters don't have a clear picture of where the storm will go, but if the system targets central Wisconsin, it could bring 6 to 10 inches of snow to the area, according to the National Weather Service.

The weather service forecast calls for possible snow at the beginning of Tuesday in the south. The precipitation should turn to rain in southeast Wisconsin later in the day and could switch back to snow at the end of the system.That storm system, which is organizing in the West, could reach Wisconsin by Tuesday night.

The total accumulation in southeast Wisconsin could reach 1 or 2 inches.

"We'll be dealing with a good chance of precipitation through Wednesday," weather service meteorologist Penny Zabel said.

The wintry mix continues into Wednesday before finally drying out Wednesday afternoon, WTMJ-TV (Channel 4) meteorologist Brian Gotter said.

Snow accumulation south of Milwaukee will be less than an inch, Milwaukee should see about an inch. Higher amounts shoudl fall in Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties.

The snow accumulation Monday ranged from nothing in parts of Milwaukee's north side to nearly an inch at Mitchell International Airport, 2 inches in parts of Kenosha County and 3 inches in parts of Racine County, according to the National Weather Service.

"The last of the snow should depart the area by midmorning," WTMJ-TV (Channel 4) meteorologist Scott Steele said.

For those wondering when spring will ever arrive, Sunday's high temperature of 51 degrees was only 3 degrees below normal for the day. The low temperature of 37 was right on the button for the day's average.