Here is the latest on snowfall amounts from Sunday's snowfall. These amounts are courtesy of various public agencies, utility companies and volunteer co-op observers, including the Badger Ham Radio Weather Net.
The map below shows statewide snowfall amounts, and below that is the amount for southern Wisconsin.
A weaker system moved through the area Monday night. This system was kind of an extension of the original stronger Sunday system, and produced freezing drizzle and additional snowfall accumulations across southern Wisconsin. Snowfall amounts were once again higher in the northeast half of the forecast area. Below is a map of overnight snowfall totals:
Interestingly, the brunt of this second shot of snow fell generally across the same area that got the most snow on Sunday. Below is a map of snowfall totals from Sunday morning through Monday night:
There was an impressive gradient of snowfall totals across eastern counties, particularly across Milwaukee County where amounts ranged from around 5 inches in the south to over a foot in the north.