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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1004 AM CDT Mon Apr 16 2018


The historic winter storm continued to pummel Wisconsin. Northern
portions of the state saw 6 t0 10 inches of snow, with over 18
inches in far northern reaches of the state. This all fell on top
of the ample snow from the previous few days, resulting in snow
depths of 20-30 inches in some locations. Southern Wisconsin saw
lesser snowfall amounts, but a wintry mix continued to impact
portions of the state for much of the morning before switching
over to moderate to heavy snow in the late morning.


The weather will calm down somewhat, but remain active for the
Badgerland. Another storm will push through on Wedensday, but most
of the precipitation will fall as rain. Snow amounts will be
limited to less than 1 inch across much of the state, with amounts
approaching 2 inches in far western Wisconsin.

Temperatures will generally remain below normal for much of the
week, but will push into the low 40s and upper 50s by the weekend.

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