Snowfall Reports from Sunday

A low pressure system moved from Northern Missouri northeast across extreme southeast Wisconsin yesterday to Lake Huron Monday morning. A combination of lake effect snow and snow from a low pressure system resulted in 3 to 5 inches of snow across most of south central and southeast Wisconsin that fell Sunday to early Monday morning. However, higher amounts were seen stemming from lake effect snow and snowfall that was lake enhanced. These higher amounts were upwards of 5 to 6 inches between Milwaukee and Port Washington to Menominee Falls. There was an area of lower snowfall amounts from Beaver Dam to Hartford to Cedar Grove, north to Shebogan, Fond du Lac, and Green Lake.

The graphic below shows local storm reports submitted from storm spotters, local media, Twitter, and Facebook Monday morning.

Below are two 24-hour snowfall analyses from 7 AM Sunday to 7 AM Monday for Wisconsin and south central and southeast Wisconsin. These reports are generated with data courtesy of public agencies, utility companies, weather observers, and ham radio reports.

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Cronce/ET
National Weather Service - Milwaukee/Sullivan


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