The winter storm over the weekend brought widespread snowfall accumulations of greater than 6 inches.
See the map below for the snow totals from the storm, or click here for local storm reports:
Accumulations of light and powdery snow will continue over the next couple days, as a series of low pressure systems move through the area. The heaviest snow will likely occur north of Madison and Milwaukee.
Below is a map of the latest expected snow totals for the forecast area, and the entire state, through early Thursday morning. These accumulations include 2 to 3 inches that is expected on Christmas Eve night.
Snowfall expected for southern Wisconsin through Thursday:
Snowfall expected for all of Wisconsin:
Below are radar loops from our local radar, as well as regional views to the west and east of the region.
Click one for a larger version:
Regional Radar - West View
Regional Radar -
Those with travel plans should prepare for a continuation of light snow and cold temperatures through much of the week.
NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI