The National Weather Service says a mild blast of winter is coming after a Saturday that saw temperatures go above freezing.

Freezing drizzle is expected early tonight, changing to snow after 8 p.m. Light snow is expected to develop across northeast Wisconsin late this evening and continue into Sunday morning.

One to two inches of accumulation is expected across far northern Wisconsin, while most other areas including Kewaunee County will only see a half-inch or less. Even though accumulations are light, roads and sidewalks may become slippery.

Winds are forecast to turn west-northwest Sunday morning and become quite gusty by midday. Sustained winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts over 40 mph are possible. These strong winds could make for difficult travel, especially for high-profile vehicles.