Two clipper systems brought snow to southern Wisconsin the first week of March. The first system Monday night into Tuesday morning (March 4th) had 1 to 3 inch totals in south central and southeast Wisconsin. The second one Tuesday night into Wednesday morning (March 5th) had 2 to 6 inches over mainly south central Wisconsin. Here are six graphics showing the snowfall totals over the past couple of days.
Over the 48-hr period in southern Wisconsin, areas south of I-94 generally received between 3 and 5 inches. Less than 2 inches were received across much of southern Wisconsin north of I-94. The greatest snow accumulations were seen across portions of southwest Wisconsin, where some locations saw totals approach and exceed six inches. Notably Dodgeville, WI and Mineral Point, WI received 6.0 inches and 5.5 inches, respectively. Click here for the latest snowfall reports. Here is a text listing of the latest 24-hr CO-OP snowfall reports from across Wisconsin.
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