Snowfall Reports From This Morning (Updated 220 PM 2/5)

While scattered flurries may pop up across portions of Southern Wisconsin this afternoon, no additional snow accumulations are anticipated the rest of the day.

Otherwise, gusty north to northeast winds will cause some blowing and drifting of the fresh snow, mainly on east to west roads. If traveling, motorists should be prepared for snow covered and slippery roads.

Snowfall amounts varied considerably with this system across south central and southeast Wisconsin, and ranged from just over a half inch to around 7 inches. Amounts between 5 to 7 inches were observed in portions of extreme eastern Kenosha and Racine counties as a significant part of the snow could be attributed to lake effect and lake enhanced snow overnight and this morning. For a list of the latest snowfall reports submitted, click here. The image below shows snow reports that have been submitted so far.


Links:

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Winter Weather Summary Page
Hazardous Weather Outlook
Wisconsin Road Conditions


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NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI



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