Jan 24-25 Snowfall Across Wisconsin

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.

Click on any of the images below for a larger version:



Additional snow showers are expected across northern Wisconsin through this afternoon, moving into south central and southeast Wisconsin this afternoon. Additional light accumulations of up to an inch are possible across these areas.  Light lake effect snow showers will remain across far northern Wisconsin tonight, with light accumulations under an inch expected there.

Related graphics and forecast information can be found on the
Winter Weather Page.


Kapela/Wood
NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI



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