Feb 21-22 Snow Wrap-Up

Low pressure moved northeast from the southern Plains to Missouri Thursday night, then across southern Wisconsin Friday. Snow associated with the low spread across southern Wisconsin later Thursday evening and overnight. After the initial band of snow moved out of the area by mid morning Friday, another area of light snow moved northeast through the area. Total snow accumulations were mainly in the 3 to 4 inch range.

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Below is a graphic that depicts snowfall reports from across southern Wisconsin, from our trained spotter network. Note that some of the lower amounts reported were older reports from last night, when accumulations were lower.

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For a text listing of these snowfall reports, click here.



Below are graphics that depict snowfall and liquid equivalent precipitation amounts, through about 9 am Friday, across Wisconsin and southern Wisconsin, from our cooperative observer network.

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Snowfall - All of Wisconsin

Snowfall - Southern Wisconsin

Liquid Equivalent Precipitation - 
All of Wisconsin

Liquid Equivalent Precipitation - 
Southern Wisconsin



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National Weather Service, Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI



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