Winter Storm Hits Central and Northeast Wisconsin

A winter storm that intensified as it moved across Wisconsin, produced a large area of heavy snow across the central and northeast part of the state on January 14. A widespread snowfall of 6 to 12 inches occurred across the region, along with frequent wind gusts over 30 mph in the Fox Valley. 

The snow developed as low pressure moved from southern Canada into Wisconsin.

Snowfall - Northeast Wisconsin and State (Click images for larger view):

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The heaviest amounts were over Door County, where as much as 15" was measured north of Sturgeon Bay. The NWS Green Bay office measured 7.5" of snow, along with a peak wind of 48 mph.

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