Eastern and southern Wisconsin way above snow averages; more on the wayState News
Milwaukee has had twice as much snow as it did last winter. If the forecasts are correct, they’ll have to find room for another 10-13 inches on Sunday.
Milwaukee has had twice as much snow as it did last winter.
If the forecasts are correct, they’ll have to find room for another 10-13 inches on Sunday.
Winter storm watches are in effect as far north as Green Bay.
Chris Franks of the National Weather Service says an intense storm system will head to northern Indiana and southeast Wisconsin will get hit a wet, heavy snow.
That’s what lots of folks don’t want to hear.
Milwaukeeans are already hurting from shoveling 75 inches of snow this winter, well above the average of 37 inches to this point.
Sunday’s storm could make the season one of the five snowiest in Wisconsin’s largest city. But it has a long way to go break the all-time record of 109 inches in 1886.
And it snowed heavily again Thursday in east central Wisconsin. Montello had 13 inches. Fond du Lac and Sheboygan had just shy of 12 inches.
Milwaukee only got about 2 inches. Madison had around 1 inch. But it was enough to put its winter total above 80 inches for the first time ever.