A fast moving low pressure system brought accumulating snow to southern Wisconsin overnight and early this morning. Late in the morning, the snow had tapered off to light snow and flurries over the area. Additional snowfall today is expected to be less than one inch. Another batch of light snow is expected from mid-afternoon through the early evening.
Check out the latest snowfall reports in text form. You can click through previous versions to see earlier reports.
Below is a graphic showing the snowfall reports from storm spotters and coop observers.
Note, the data is smoothed for a cleaner appearance and amounts in any specific location may vary slightly.
Below is a graphic showing the snowfall reports that have been relayed to the NWS in Sullivan, including public reports.
Amounts from across the state: