Snow Amounts from Friday's Winter Storm (Updated 12:00 PM 3/3/2012)

A powerful and vigorous low pressure system passed to our southeast yesterday as it tracked from central Illinois to southern Michigan.  Snow begin over the southwest by mid-morning and spread eastward and northward into the afternoon.  Snowfall rates were heavy at times given the wet and heavy nature of the snow.  General accumulations across the forecast area ranged from 3 to 6 inches with 5 to 8 inches being received in western Sheboygan and eastern Fond du Lac counties.

 

The image below contains the individual storm total reports that were submitted.

 

 

 

The graphic below contains an analysis of 24-hour snowfall reports from our cooperative observers ending at 7 AM LST this morning.

 

Click here for text based storm reports.

 

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Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI National Weather Service



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