A passing trough of low pressure Thursday night into this morning brought snow to Wisconsin. Most of the accumulations were light. The heaviest amounts of 1 to 3 inches were found across northern Wisconsin and across the Door Peninsula. Lower amounts, mainly around or less than 1 inch, were found across the rest of the state.
The following snowfall (top two images) and liquid equivalent (bottom two images) maps were taken from the Wisconsin Max/Min Temperatures And Precipitation By Area product.
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NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI