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Wednesday's snowstorm dumped up to 9.5 inches in places that forecasters predicted would be the hardest hit.
Coloma and Reedsburg, at 9.5 inches, had the biggest totals that were reported overnight. Neenah got nine inches as did Iola, Viroqua and Portage.
Eight to nine inches fell in southwest and central Wisconsin, and the Fox Valley. Madison set a new snow record for the date with 5.3 inches, over an inch more than the previous record from 1947.