Mid-Winter 2013-2014 Snowfall Totals

How snowy has it been this winter? We are halfway through the winter season. Southern Wisconsin has gotten 20 to 30 inches of snow this winter through January 14 (bottom left figure). This is up to 5 inches above average for most of southern Wisconsin and 5 to 10 inches above average for the far southeast part of the state (bottom right figure). On average, southern Wisconsin gets 20 to 30 more inches of snow from mid-January through the end of March.

Winter Snow Accumulation

November 2013 Precipitation Percent of Normal


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